Built in 1893 and designed by George W. Rapp, the Goodall building is a Renaissance Revival building made of brick, sandstone, and iron. The 7-story building features oriel windows above the main entrance. It was built for William Goodall, a businessman who sold stone, granite, and marble. Goodall did not run his business from here but instead rented it to other businesses. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places and is considered a good example of commercial Second Renaissance Revival architecture.
324 West Ninth Street, Downtown