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Crane (Lombard) Building

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Built in 1906, this five-storey building served as a warehouse and office for Crane, Ordway and Company, one of the largest plumbing and steam fitter firms in the USA, with their head office in Chicago.

The original work was designed by J. H. G. Russell and built by Saul and Irish for $50,000. A $38,000 addition was built in 1911 by S. Brynjolfsson and Company with the same architect.




Year Built Heritage Status Date Material Floors/Square footage
1906, 1911 Inventory Brick with stone foundation. 5 storeys/80,680 total floor area

Original Use Present Use Address Architect
Wholesale warehouse and factory. Offices 93 Lombard Avenue

J.H.G. Russell





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