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Ahead of Style

426 E. 9th St.
Hair Salon
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A 1910 Queen Anne style residence.

Barb's Frame of Mind

319 E. 8th St.
Posters, Prints & Custom Framing

Bix Furniture Stripping

440 N. 4th Ave.
Furniture
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This former Cashway Market has been home to numerous businesses since its construction in 1931.

Creations

444 N. 4th Ave.
Apparel & Accessories
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This former Cashway Market has been home to numerous businesses since its construction in 1931.

Creative Ventures Craft Mall

522 N. 4th Ave.
Arts, Crafts & Gifts
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A Spanish Colonial Revival style building designed by architect Josias Joesler and built in 1935.

Del Sol International Shops

435 N. 4th Ave.
Arts, Crafts & Gifts
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Designed in 1930 by architect Josias Joesler, the building features a Spanish Colonial Revival style commercial storefront.

Desert Vintage & Costume

636 N. 4th Ave.
Apparel & Accessories
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Built in 1921, this former residence represents a mix of the Bungalow style and vernacular architecture.

Everest Souvenir

549 N. 4th Ave.
Apparel & Accessories
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Designed in 1930 by architect Josias Joesler, the building features a Spanish Colonial Revival style commercial storefront.

Food Conspiracy Cooperative

412 N. 4th Ave.
Grocery & Prepared Foods
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Built in 1925 and expanded multiple times, this building features a Victorian style fašade with a Spanish Colonial Revival tower.

Goodwill Industries

300 N. 4th Ave.
Used Clothing/Furniture
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Originally a U.S. Post Office designed in 1928 by architect Roy Place. The building features ornate Spanish Colonial Revival style details.
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Hippie Gypsy on 4th

351 N. 4th Ave.
Apparel & Accessories
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Constructed in 1927, this Victorian style commercial building served as a grocery store until the early 1970s.

How Sweet It Was Vintage Clothing and Rentals

419 N. 4th Ave.
Apparel & Accessories
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Since it was constructed in 1922, this building has been a Piggly Wiggly, a furniture store, a billard's hall, an appliance store, and a clothing store.

International Marketplace Boutique

738 N. 5th Ave., Ste. 111
Apparel & Accessories
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This Spanish Colonial Revival style building was built in 1930 as a YWCA and designed by architect Anne Rockfellow.

Olytata Art Studio & Gifts

400 N. 4th Ave.
Arts, Crafts & Gifts
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Designed in the 1950s by architect Terry Atkinson and served as a radio shop until the early 1970s.

Pop Cycle

422 N. 4th Ave.
Arts, Crafts & Gifts
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Built in 1934, this former grocery store, features decorative Victorian style brick coursing with Gothic details.

Red Sky Studio Tattoo

561 N. 4th Ave.
Tattoo & Piercing
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Designed in 1930 by architect Josias Joesler, the building features a Spanish Colonial Revival style commercial storefront.

Rustic Candle Company

324 N. 4th Ave.
Candles
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An excellent example of a 1920s-era Victorian style commercial building.

Sacred Art Tattoo Studio

315 N. 4th Ave.
Tattoo Parlor
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This 1923 commercial building has served many functions, from a delicatessan to the Mexican American International Chamber of Commerce.

Sacred Desert Huichol Shop

527 N. 4th Ave.
Arts, Crafts & Gifts
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Designed in 1946 by architect Arthur Brown. Before becoming a resturant it was a motorcycle shop.

Southwest Smokeless

741 N. 4th Ave.
E-cigs, smoking accessories

The Book Stop

214 N. 4th Ave.
Bookstore
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Built in the late 1920s, this Victorian style commercial building features decorative colored brick and Flemish bondwork.
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The Other Side

321 N. 4th Ave.
Vintage & New Clothing, Costumes

Tucson Artistic Gifts

421 N. 4th Ave.
Arts & Crafts
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This former meat market was constructed in 1925.

Tucson Audubon Nature Shops

300 E. University Blvd.
Books, Merchandise & Educational Resources
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This Spanish Colonial Revival style building was constructed in 1930 and designed by architect Anne Rockfellow.

Tucson Herb Store

408 N. 4th Ave.
Organic Herbal Products
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Constructed in 1960, this building originally served as a laundromat.

Tucson Thrift Shop

319 N. 4th Ave.
Apparel & Accessories
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Formerly a furniture store, this commercial building was constructed in 1923.

WGH Woodworking Crafts

419 N. Herbert Ave.
Home Accessories
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Built in 1904 as a modest adobe home, and later converted to a furniture and woodworking shop.

ZT Boutique

543 N. 4th Ave.
Apparel & Accessories
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Built in 1920, this former residence represents a mix of the Bungalow style and vernacular architecture.