109 Washington Street

Built in 1886 and designed by architect, John P. Lee. This 16-unit tenement 

housed hundreds of people of more than thirteen nationalities in the first sixty years of the building’s existence — Austrian, Slovakian, Scottish, Irish, Hungarian, Russian, Lithuanian, Italian, Polish, Czech, German, Yugoslavian, and American. It houses tenants to this day with a restaurant on the ground floor.

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