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3817 West 25th Street


In September of 1915, Mayer-Marks opened their second store[1] in the city of Cleveland at the southwest corner of West 25th Street and Denison Avenue. The opening date was meant to coincide with the grand re-opening of the Brooklyn-Brighton Bridge and the 100th anniversary of the founding of Brooklyn Centre.

The three story high Mayer-Marks sold furniture, carpets, and appliances.

The building later also housed a Marshall Drug Store right at the corner, and also several other small businesses that fronted on Denison.

This corner had a stop for the #18 CTS bus so the drugstore could be quite busy while riders waited for their transportation to arrive.

The structure was torn down to make way for a new use.


  1. Cleveland Plain Dealer article Sep 12, 1915

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