Heading just one block north again, the housing stock changes.
Multi-family buildings appear, with two-families predominating.
There’s evidence that at least some of them have been converted into single-family houses, such as the one above and possibly the one on the right below.
A couple of single family bungalows end the block before the alley.
By the time this area was built, automobiles were becoming more common, and I wonder if this garage was built at the same time as the apartment building facing Itaska.
The brickwork certainly matches.