Architect: Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge
Status: vacant until 2004; renovated into lofts and ground-level retail
Built as the original Southwestern Bell Telephone building, it has since housed a stationary business.
The architects were the successor firm to the influential H.H. Richardson, whose stylistic influence
is evident throughout much of 1890s architecture.
In 2004, downtown's first, long-awaited full-service grocery store opened in its base.
The exterior has been cleaned and repaired; later alterations at the base have been removed. The upper floors are
now renovated as the Bell Lofts.