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Goodman Building (Austin, Texas)

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Location  Austin, Texas, USA
RTHL #  6438
Area  1,214 m²
Added to NRHP  13 April 1973
NRHP Reference #  73001976
Designated RTHL  1969
Architectural style  Victorian architecture
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Similar  Brizendine House, Wahrenberger House, Judge Robert Lynn Batt, A J Jernigan House, Sheeks–Robertson House

The Goodman Building is a late Victorian style historic commerce building in downtown Austin, Texas. It was constructed as a grocery in the mid-1880s to serve Austinites northwest of the Texas State Capitol. Today is serves as a state government adjunct office. A local bar, "The Cloak Room," occupies the basement and is a favorite for government employees. It is located at 202 W. 13th Street. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

Texas Historical Commission Marker Text

Constructed in the 1880s for Joseph Goodman, grocer in this block 1877-1924. Jacob Bickler's German and English academy, elite preparatory school, was on upper floor 1892-1896. Building is noted for rare brick work, ornamental iron.


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