This three-story structure appears modest next to many of its neighboring downtown buildings, but this Salt Lake brownstone reflects the vision of two of the city's most influential early residents, Francis Armstrong and Richard K.A. Kletting. Armstrong came to Utah as a mill laborer and rose to become one of the city's most influential businessmen and the mayor. Armstrong also founded the bank for which the building served ad commissioned Kletting as the architect to design this downtown office building. Kletting also designed the Utah State Capitol, the original Saltair Pavilion in Utah and the original Salt Palace -- to name only a few.