The Dille Building is at 308-312 - 14th St. It was built in 1921 for Helen M. Dille by F.A. Muller. Reed and Corlett were the architects. 1

According to the National Register of Historic Places Registration Form:

Dille Building, 308-312 14th Street, 1921, architects Reed and Corlett, builder F.A. Muller, original owner Mrs. Helen M. Dille. This is a two-story retail building on a mid-block lot. The facade is orange-tan pressed brick with terra cotta trim in Renaissance Revival style. The three bays are outlined with a continuous band of low-relief terra cotta, and they contain three stores. Storefronts and upper windows are deeply recessed. In the frieze terra cotta plaques are positioned above the piers. There is an elaborate terra cotta cornice. The most conspicuous alteration is modern curved awnings. 1

Links and References

  1. National Register of Historic Places Registration Form October 7, 1996