109-111 Main Street South

109-111 Main Street South, ca. 1890s


Two-story, brick traditional commercial row building with flat roof and flat parapet. First floor divided into two storefronts. Left storefront has central entrance defined by highly ornamented cast-iron pilasters. Large display windows with divided transoms flank the entrance and brick pilasters frame the storefront. The second-floor façade of the left building has two pairs of 4/4, double-hung vinyl windows inside segmentally arched openings.


The storefront on the right has a set of two display windows to the tight     and two separate doors to the left. The second-floor façade of the right side has two 4/4 double hung vinyl windows inside arched openings. A decorative brick course continues across entire façade. The upper portion of the façade consists of a multi-course saw tooth cornice over a series of four evenly spaced brick signboards. A wrought-iron projecting balcony with decorative lacework covered by a hipped roof with standing-seam metal was added post-1996.