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West End Architectural Salvage

Piled high inside this warehouse and coffee shop are salvaged goods that span every corner of the globe.  

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Inside this old warehouse, formerly The Grocers Wholesale Company Building, also known as the Sears and Roebuck Farm Store, located next to the historic Ninth Street viaduct (1967), is West End Architectural Salvage.

The four-story warehouse is filled with antique architectural treasures that come from across the globe, including items from the Middle East and England. Everything from stained glass, to antique signage can be found inside. West End Architectural Salvage also features a rotating inventory, so there is always something new to explore inside. Part of the east first floor is a unique coffee shop serving coffee, lattes, cocoa, tea, beer, wine, cocktails, and homemade Italian sodas.

The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.

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The parking lots on the south and west of the building are free. There are street meters and parking garages nearby.

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