Surrounding the block that holds St. Genevieve Roman Catholic Church, there is a solid wall of buildings. On the east is 3rd Street, with storefronts dating from the mid-Nineteenth Century.
I suspect that many of these houses originally had regular windows and doors, and the large display windows were added later with the addition of the load-bearing cast-iron beams.
Turning right and heading west onto Market Street, more Greek Revival buildings continue.
But we also see the appearance of the Italianate style.
A reminder of the large numbers of quarries along the Mississippi River is this union hall at the end of the row.