This two storey brick commercial building was built in 1899 by architect Thomas Hooper for D.E. Campbell and Alexander McCandless, who used this as a commercial building.

574-580 Johnson Street, built in 1899 by architect Thomas Hooper for D.E. Campbell and A.G. McCandless

574-580 Johnson Street, built in 1899 by architect Thomas Hooper for D.E. Campbell and Alexander .G. McCandless

Additional Information About 574-580 Johnson Street

  • Assessed Value (July 2015); $1,441,000; Land $1,134,000 Buildings $307,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2014); $1,440,000; Land $1,071,000 Buildings $369,000

A Brief History of 574-580 Johnson Street

This two storey brick commercial building was built in 1899, at an estimated construction cost of $7,200, by architect Thomas Hooper for D.E. Campbell and Alexander McCandless, who used it as a commercial building.

It has always been a commercial building with stores on the street level and, typically, offices upstairs. In the 1930’s the upstairs housed a brothel.

574-580 Johnson Street, built in 1899 by architect Thomas Hooper for D.E. Campbell and A.G. McCandless

574-580 Johnson Street, built in 1899 by architect Thomas Hooper for D.E. Campbell and A.G. McCandless

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