Joe, these records all came right from the NRHP database. The more you puruse the listings here, the more you will find such minor, if not irritating, typos and errors. (Of course, the government never makes errors, right?)
Some of them aren't so minor. Just the other day, I came across three records that had GPS locations four counties over from their true locations. If the listing doesn't have a lat/long listing in the record, the NRHP just puts the location at 0.000,0.0000 (the intersection of the Prime Meridian and the Equator) which is in the Atlantic Ocean, just off the coast of Africa - a little disconcerting if you're planning a road trip to that particular landmark.
Most of the editors fix 'em as they go. Someone will get to this one sooner or later, too - thanks for pointing it out.
Location should read: "Grand & Russell Blvds." Not. "Grant"