Records show that the tall, beautiful Beaux-Arts style warehouse was the part of the Monument Plumbing Supply Company in 1917.
Its architecture shows the influence of Roman architecture, with a dentilated cornice and strong vertical lines dominated by pilasters. There are even some triglyphs tossed in for ornament.
The red terracotta accents the orangish-red brick.
I do not think it is still occupied right now.