Created By: Historic Urban Neighborhoods of Indianapolis
Year Built: 1895
Architecture Style: Colonial Revival
Originally, the building was constructed for a clothing manufacturer. For many years, the building was occupied by Central Restaurant Supply. At one point, a third floor bridge connected the building to the Buschmann Block.
Today, the building is market rate and affordable housing.
Note the new building to the north, which was intentionally setback with an European motor court so as not to obscure the historic 1010 building.
This point of interest is part of the tour: St. Joseph Neighborhood