Fox Park has an amazing mix of housing styles, from these “micro-mansions” with their Second Empire stylings to more simple but beautiful Italianate row houses.
The view is always great from the park, too. These early Twentieth Century apartment buildings are unique in that it’s 1.5 buildings, not one or two. Normally there are double windows in between the doors.
The German settlers of the neighborhood are preserved in their old signs, such as this one for corner market. The lot in front never had a building until it became a gas station, now remediated and demolished.