Location: 50 Central Avenue, Lancaster, New York
United States Department of the Interior National Park Service National Register of Historic Places Central Avenue Historic District Erie County, New York
50 Central Avenue ca. 1927 Redmen's Lodge/Oriole's Nest No. 120 Contributing primary building
2-story flat roof rectilinear masonry building; concrete block construction with brick facade and 1-story brick rear massing. 1st story features synthetic panel siding with wood trim and fixed wood windows, recessed entry door. Windows typically paired 1/1 vinyl replacement units with brick sills and continuous soldier-coursed band above windows.
Currently Skoobs Village Grill is located in this building.
|Joseph Basher, Edward Petz, Raymond Blair, Elmer Deutschlander, Alfonso Uhl, Louis Faith, Raymond Stoldt, Edward Byron, John Huber|
Traveling South on Central , on the East side is the Maute Block
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