Commercial Building. ca. 1950. Contributing. One-story stuccoed building comprised of two distinct blocks. On the north side is the garage bay with the original multi-panel door, and a three-light fixed pane window, a later addition. On the south side is a store with its original display corner
Skyland Hotel 1929. Six-story beige brick structure with cast concrete details on cornice and frieze. Concrete band runs beneath sixth floor windows. Metal replacement windows when building converted to apartments. Central three bays of second floor project out over sidewalk supported by brick and
One-story commercial structure. Storefront altered. Applied wooden sign board rises up above roofline from just above storefront. Photo from 1987.
Maxwell Store Building Ca. 1910. Two-story pressed brick building. Narrow mortar joints. Bold tin, heavily bracketed cornice below paneled brick parapet. Round and segmentally arched windows with fanlights. First floor covered with vertical wooden siding and a pent roof. The April 1, 1909 French
1909. Two-story brick commercial structure, obscured by aluminum facade. Modern storefront. Appears to have been built as the first part of the Clarke Hardware Company, mentioned as the "new Clarke building" in the French Broad Hustler of January 7, 1909, "scheduled to be completed by June 1, 1909."
1920s. Two-story striated brick commercial structure, unadorned. Windows infilled and replaced with aluminum casements and shutters. Storefronts are new. Awnings over both. Photos from 1987. Photo from 1975 HISTORIC MARKER PLACED 2009: Few Building 1925 Built by Dr. Columbus Few, a local surgeon and
1909. Two-story brick commercial structure, completely obscured by modern aluminum facade. Modern storefront. A large two-story commercial building occupying two 30-foot lots, this structure became a part of the Clarke Hardware Company. In the January 7, 1909 edition of the French Broad Hustler, one
Ca. 1905. Two-story brick commercial structure divided into four store units. Only one still has corbelled cornice. Diamond-shaped openings in recessed panels at top of each store. Second story windows are single with brick voussoirs and keystone lintels and granite sills. All sash is replacement