Historic Uses: Bus station
Company Affiliation: Greyhound
Stylistic Influences: Moderne
National Register of Historic Places: Recommended Eligible
One-story flat-roofed bus station building with deep roof overhangs over the sawtooth-angled bus loading bays, brick walls, fixed glass windows, single entry doors to loading bays and sales/office area. The sales office area is clad in travertine panels with stone skirting and a wide vertical sign pylon with "BUS" clad in stone, canted fixed glass windows and double door entry with sidelights and transom windows under a flat-roof overhang. Restaurant area has full-height fixed glass windows and travertine paneled walls under a flat-roofed overhang with "Restaurant" sign above. Double-wide garage pull-through bay for bus unloading.
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