The Cyr Building: Waterville, Maine

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The Cyr Building in Waterville, Maine

As part of our weekly building history series, today we take a look at the Cyr Building in Waterville, Maine:

“The Cyr Building was constructed in 1923 and, with 42 office suites, was the largest office building in Waterville at the time. It was put on the National Historic Register in 1982 for its Art Deco style architecture in a commercial context. Miller & Mayo of Portland designed the four stories of steel and concrete with brick veneer.”

“This building was the original location of the LaVerdiere Drug Store chain. The south facing windows on the first floor were sealed by the drug store in order to increase display space.”

Source: Waterville Main Street

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