Designed by the firm Carneal & Johnston (the architects of many buildings downtown), this one-story, terra-cotta clad exhibits Early Renaissance influence, with alternating circles and squares in the frieze, and Ionic pilasters separating the storefronts. The 400 block of E Grace, remarkable for its bottleneck streets, is an urban arborist's dream. With ample sidewalk space, a series of planters shade the streets and cool the storefronts.
All three of these storefronts are reportedly owned by a Mr. Phillip Morris, but There/Here has not completely determined who that is. The building recently had code violations posted to its buildings for its rusty signage and a general state of disrepair. The signs have since been painted white, and minor repairs have been made.