A row of historic buildings on 4th Street between Broadway and Main Avenues in downtown Bismarck, North Dakota. The building on the far right was built in 1930 to house J.C. Penney. Penney’s relocated to the NW corner of 5th and Broadway in 1956.
This building later housed Osco Drug until it relocated to Gateway Mall in 1979, at which point Coast To Coast relocated its store from Main Avenue into the building.
GALLERYGold Seal Building
Built in 1971, this building served as the corporate headquarters for Gold Seal Products...
Building originally housed long-time local dealership Fleck Motors and most recently Wilhelm’s Buick-Oldsmobile-Cadillac. Front...
I. Keating Furniture World
Store entrance to I Keating Furniture World inside Kirkwood Mall in Bismarck, North Dakota....
Stamart (now Petro Serve USA)
Located at the busy intersection of Divide Ave and State Street, this was once...
Verizon Wireless on South 3rd
This building on South 3rd Street originally housed Hardee’s. Today, it houses Verizon Wireless.
Scheels Sporting Goods
Scheels Sporting Goods relocated into the former Target space in 2006. Scheels was first...