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Easement Property

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Milner Road Residence

Clad in textured stucco and featuring a tiled roof, wrought-iron hardware and grille work, this three-story residence exemplifies the Mediterranean style.
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Odd Fellows Hall

From its construction in 1906 until 1981, The Lodge provided aid to sick, injured, aged, and dependent members of the community at a time when welfare and social security programs were nonexistent.
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Petitfils-Boos Residence 

Designed by Charles F. Plummer for restaurateur Walter Petitfils, this two-story, 9,000-square-foot house clad in buff-colored glazed terra cotta is an excellent example of the Italian Renaissance Revival style.
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Piazza del Sol

Built as a luxury apartment house called the Hacienda Arms, the Piazza del Sol is a notable local example of the Italian Renaissance Revival style in a multi-family residential building.
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Roosevelt Building

A sensitive renovation has allowed this classic Italian Renaissance Revival beauty to house one of the busiest stations on the Metro Red Line, while maintaining its historic integrity.
Photo by Michael Locke

Sowden House

The Sowden House with its distinctive entry and patterned concrete block facade was designed by noted architect Lloyd Wright.

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