This seven story brick and stone building is located at 302 N. Third Street.
"(1901-02; E.J. Eckel) Warehouse/Light Manufacturing Facility. Romanesque Revival. Seven story brick and stone building. South and east facades punctuated with transomed 1/1 sash set deeply into wall and arranged in groups (singly on first story, in pairs on second and third stories, singly on fourth story, and in groups of three on top three stories) in ribbon-like fashion. Windows at first and fourth story levels set in large arched openings without columns or piers. Terra cotta faced facades on Jules and Third streets detailed with Renaissance derived motifs: scroll shapes, wreaths, and garlands which decorate facades at fourth story area and on southeast and southwest corners of building. Entry recessed into open corner on first story at southeast corner supported by massive granite column with foliated forms on capital; entry stairway altered with new brick balustrade wall."