Lawrence and Chapin Building
Originally home to an iron manufacturing company, this stately downtown building has been home to banks, various merchants, a skating rink, and even a streetcar station. The building was constructed by William S. Lawrence and L.C. Chapin between 1870 and 1872. It was restored in 1994 as part of the city-wide Arcadia Commons project that helped to restore several buildings and support community institutions.