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 — cleveland_building [2018/12/06 17:16] (current) Line 1: Line 1: + ====== Cleveland Building ====== + |{{:​cleavbldg.jpg|cleavbldg.jpg}} | + | 1900 | + The Cleveland Building was built on [[Arsenal_Street|Arsenal Street]] + + |{{:​cleveland.jpg|cleveland.jpg}} | + | Today | + in [[Watertown|Watertown]] in 1890 by Milo L. Cleveland and his company. Cleveland also built stone arch bridges at Antwerp, Madrid, Limerick and Louisville, a large paper and pulp mill in [[Glen_Park|Glen Park]] for C.R. Remington and Sons Paper Company as well as the [[City_Opera_House|Opera House]] in [[Watertown|Watertown]] and the Watertown waterworks on Huntington Street near Eastern Boulevard. .\\ \\  Originally built as the [[Watertown_Post_Office|Watertown Post Office]], the structure was dismantled to make way for a new post office building in 1908. A third story was added when the building was reassembled,​ block-by-block,​ on the southwest corner of [[Stone_Street|Stone]] and Arcade Streets, where it stands today. The Watertown Elk Lodge 496 The building was purchased for \$65,000 in 1921 by the membership of Watertown Elk Lodge 496, who used the building as their lodge until moving in 1988 to a location on Bradley Street. The Elks sold the building to Jreck Subs, who used it as their corporate headquarters for a number of years. The City of Watertown took the property for back taxes in 2003. Today the building is used as office space.\\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ + ===== See Also ===== + [[Historic_Structures_in_Watertown|Historic Structures in Watertown]]\\ [[Stone_Buildings|Stone Buildings]]
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