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Dominick Hagerty Building, Green Bay, Wisconsin
by John Begalke

Details from a building in downtown Green Bay.

From Flickr:

The Dominick Hagerty Building at 107-115 South Washington Street.

This building is listed as Record #37924 with the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Built by Dominick Hagerty in the 1920s, this Art Deco building perfectly complements the former Fox Theater to the south, having many identical design features. Faced with fluted cast stone pilasters, decorated capitals, along with an incised chevron and ray pattern, this building is one of several intact Art Deco buildings remaining downtown.

Former tenants included the IBA College of Cosmetology, and most recently the Daily Planet. It is now considered an endangered property, having been vacant for approximately one decade, and with several proposals to redevelop the site in recent years.

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