The 1910 Gambrill building represents a modest example of commercial Renaissance Revival architecture. Construction is sturdy, owing to its function as a storage warehouse, with 24-inch thick solid stone basement walls and floors capable of bearing massive loads. Materials are tan brick with contrasting brown brick. In recent years, the warehouse has been used primarily as an office building.
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