Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings
Dates: constructed 1908-1910
Erected by the copper magnate, Thomas Higgins, the Higgins Building has housed a number of high-profile tenants, including the lawyer Clarence Darrow and local architect, A.C. Martin, Sr. Martin was responsible for the building's design, and it is quite common for architects to rent space in facilities of their own creation.
In 1917, the architect A.C. Martin occupied Office #430 in the Higgins Building.
PCAD id: 11790