Pevely Dairy Building

Update: Everything except the office building on the corner was demolished in 2012. The office building was demolished in the spring of 2017.

A sturdy, well-built building, the Pevely Dairy almost certainly was constructed with steel reinforced concrete piers that hold up the floors and roof. Consequently, its floor plan is easily adaptable to changing times. Bookending one side of the Mill Creek Valley with the Budweiser sign on the other, the complex is a landmark in Midtown, and must be saved, if nothing more than the building on the corner.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Anonymous says:

    Burn the rest of it and give the sign to the museum of transportation or something. That building serves no useful purpose and is of no cultural, economic, or historical value. They made milk and ice cream there. Big deal.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Burn the rest of it and give the sign to the museum of transportation or something. That building serves no useful purpose and is of no cultural, economic, or historical value. They made milk and ice cream there. Big deal.

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