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The LaSalle Building
Broadway and Locust
Built: 1909
Architect: Isaac Taylor
Status: Still in use.

The LaSalle is one of the simplest old buildings downtown -- and one of the most handsome. With its thin profile, unadorned bay windows and simply decorated base, it seems a distant cousin of Chicago's landmark Monadonok Building -- though this appearance is a result of a 1939 stripping of much of the building's original decorative terra cotta.

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