Update: This building was possibly named after the daughter of one of the developers. Further research is in progress. As of the fall of 2023, the apartments are back open after being rehabilitated.
Randomly, some of the apartment buildings in this area, like this one from 1929, have names. This one’s known as the Leona, as the terracotta states very clearly.
It’s boarded up and vacant right now, and judging from the seafoam great terracotta trim, I suspect the windows once possessed the same color, or perhaps the corn yellow of the wood gables.
The dragons emblazoning the lunette above the windows are a great detail. Interestingly, the Leona is several blocks north of the eponymous street.
The place was condemned at least once back in 2013, and there are a ton of complaints, ranging from loss of water and other maintenance or code violations. Who knows what the future holds.