T-shaped, one-and-one-half story building with cross gable roof and a flat roof, one-story ell. Core building has parallel orientation with a slightly off center garage door. Corners are marked by brick pilasters. Windows are one-over-one with segmental arches. Rear arm of building is pierced by a large garage door. The ell is pierced by an entry door and large flanking window, both with stone lintels. The cornice has brick dentils.
Source: National Park Service; Superior Street Commercial Historic District Registration Form. Prepared by Lloyd Baldwin. October 1996.
Originally site of the City Water Works. During the 1970’s, a community recyclingcenter. The sign has been painted over, but traces of that sign can be stillseen on the wall facing Cass St.