The building is unique in its design as a vernacular warehouse with late Victorian Windows and doors. The artistic touch has led the building to be a popular location.
Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1995, the building was noted as being almost entirely intact. The beams, brickwork, windows, floors, and infrastructure held up 90 years after its initial construction.1
In 1995 the owners converted the building to a local restaurant on the riverfront. The current restaurant lives up to the building's heritage. The Morgantown Flour and Feed Restaurant, founded in 2017, serves unique local cuisine. They preserve the original structure and style of the building. The current owners also keep the original application for the National Register of Historic Places framed for viewing.