Five Points Grocery

Five Points Grocery, 1924 11th Avenue South, c 1913.

One of the oldest commercial buildings in the neighborhood, this building features a blind corbelled arcade at the cornice line. It is best known today as the long time home of Charlemagne Records, maintaining its popular business on the second floor since the 1980s. Scraps of the building 's former storefront materials can be seen on the west pier, the original brick masonry revealed by a tear in the later Corrara glass. Studio Arts Building, 1034-36 20th Street South, 1926-32 11th Avenue South, 1993.Although not historic now, this building is included because it is a modern replacement of the oldest commercial building on the circle, the 1910 Studio Arts Building that burned in 1986. The present building reproduces the curved glazed-brick facade that followed the corner of 20th Street and 11th Avenue South, on accommodation to the existing circle that has honored in the curve of the later Munger building on the other corner across 11th Avenue. Commercial on the ground floor, the old Studio Arts building upstairs provided studio space for painters , musicians and dance instructors from the 1540s confirming to Five Points enduring reputation as an artistic, some what cultural centre.

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