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Broughton Street – 600 Block / Douglas Street – 1000 Block

680-690 Broughton Street / 1000-1012 Douglas Street

This building at 1000-1012 Douglas Street and 680-690 Broughton Street was built in 1920 by architect Percy Fox for Otto Weiler, a leading member of the Weiler family which also built the adjacent building at 636 Broughton Street/1005-1009 Broad Street and the Weiler Brothers Building at 921 Government Street, two blocks west on Broughton Street.

1000-1012 Douglas Street/680-690 Broughton Street, built in 1920 by architect Percy Fox for Otto Weiler

1000-1012 Douglas Street/680-690 Broughton Street, built in 1920 by architect Percy Fox for Otto Weiler

Additional Information About 1000-1012 Douglas Street/680-690 Broughton Street

  • Assessed Value (July 2016): $6,547,000; Land $2,633,000 Buildings $3,914,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2015): $5,862,000; Land $1,900,000 Buildings $3,962,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2014): $5,828,000; Land $1,777,000 Buildings $4,051,000

A Brief History of 1000-1012 Douglas Street/680-690 Broughton Street

This building at 1000-1012 Douglas Street and 680-690 Broughton Street was built in 1920 by architect Percy Fox for Otto Weiler, a leading member of the Weiler family which also built the adjacent building at 636 Broughton Street/1005-1009 Broad Street and the Weiler Brothers Building at 921 Government Street, two blocks west on Broughton Street.

The Weiler Building at 1005-1009 Broad Street and 636 Broughton Street was built as a furniture factory and warehouse for John Weiler in 1884.

The Weiler Building at 1005-1009 Broad Street and 636 Broughton Street was built as a furniture factory and warehouse for John Weiler in 1884.

The Weiler Building, 921 Government Street was built in 1899 as the Weiler Brothers department store.

The Weiler Building, 921 Government Street was built in 1899 as the Weiler Brothers department store.

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