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  • Resource Number: 18
  • Historic Building Name: South End Boarding and Livery Stable/Meyer-Collins Motor Co./Arapahoe Food Store
  • Current Building Name: Old Town Bike Shop
  • Address: 426 S. Tejon St.
  • Architectural Style: Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements/Commercial Style
  • Year Built: 1903
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    This building is representative of the early 20th century commercial construction in Colorado Springs. Originally constructed as a livery barn sometime around 1903, it later served as a car dealership and repair shop, grocery, commercial laundry and now is used for bicycle sales and repairs. A simple Commercial style, it features a bow and truss roof with a parapet on both the front and rear. Contrasting colors of glazed brick and a terra cotta inset, with multi-light clerestory windows contribute to the attractive nature of the building. Locally significant.


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