Finch, Vanslyck, and Mc Conville Dry Goods Company Building

The Finch, Vanslyck and McConville Dry Goods Company Building is a classical revival industrial building designed by James E. Denson, built by George Grant Construction Company, in 1911 and 1923; it is part of Lowertown Historic District in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. It fronts Mears Park and is currently used as residential apartments and non-residential offices. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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