|Address:||101 North Gay Street|
|Architectural Style:||Colonial Revival|
|Year Built:||c. 1905|
|Original Owner:||Henry L. Curtis|
The building was probably built by the heirs of Henry L. Curtis, who died in 1897. A large Colonial Revival apartment building, the structure was built around 1905 and features a prominent two-story porch and balcony. Two dormer windows, facing the front of the building, are also pedimented and feature arched windows with stone lintels and sills. The building also features stone lintels and sills on the many windows.