This two-story building is constructed of concrete block and has a concrete aggregate panel skin. The second floor cantilevers slightly over the first on the front facade and is faced with large vertical rectangular timbers alternating with narrow, metal framed plate glass windows. The first floor storefronts include large fixed pane metal display type windows, with kickplates below, and glass and metal entry doors. The remaining sides of the building are concrete block. It sits mid-block and faces east. Statement of Significance: This building was constructed in 1968 and is, therefore, not eligible as a contributing resource in a historic district. Built by the HED Company (Howard Cohn), it replaced an early brick building which was demolished in 1967. This structure houses offices on the second floor and retail and commercial space on the first floor.