Lassen Hotel
155 N. Market

Financed partially by Henry Lassen, a local milling company owner, the Lassen Hotel opened its doors on New Years Eve, 1918. The hotel was designed by the local architectural firm of Richards, McCarty and Bullford.

The eleven-story building has an exterior of red brick with segmented balustered parapets, a treatment of ornate decoration at the 10th floor of terra cotta arches and window trim. The top floor windows of the hotel were leaded and stained glass. A two-story lobby with marble floors marked the entrance into the hotel.

In the 1980's the hotel was converted to an office building.