This four-level classical revival building erected circa 1905 would serve as a great building for additional housing. The center door, symmetry of the building, and dentiled cornice are worth saving for future generations.
Currently it is owned by Northeastern Conference Corporation of Seventh Day Adventists. Previously there was a demo delay, which has now been lifted. A representative from the property right now is trying to receive funding to demolish the building. Previously the representative tried looking for other options to save the building, but had little responses back. Currently they feel it would be more economical to demolish, but will not occur for a couple of months due to funds.
Historic buildings have great potential to create unique places that help define a city and differentiate it from other places. This building could be apartments, a community center, or an office building.