Wyoming Street near the old Union Brewery/later Falstaff Plant No. 2 has a row of exceptional houses that I’ve looked at before. I wonder if some of the upper management of the brewery originally lived in some of these buildings.
After those first two exceptional four-family apartment buildings are a row of houses that show a new feature for the neighborhood: tan brick. That is something I usually associate with the West End, and certainly with the Twentieth Century.
As I mentioned before, these are actually two-family apartment buildings, even though they look like single family houses at first glance.
The corner store looks to have been built by the same developer as the houses to the west. It’s interesting to see how the glass window storefront was clearly filled in, most likely in the 1950s or 60s.