Fluhrer Building

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Built in 1911 from a design by—who else?—J.A. Dempwolf, the Fluhrer Building is a stunning component of York’s diverse streetscape. The glazed terra-cotta façade was a popular element in the Commercial Style (see The Bon-Ton Building), though the Fluhrer Building’s ornamentation reflects Renaissance Revival influences. Additional architectural features include oriels and paired arched windows.

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