Plaza Building, 1929

This building was constructed in 1929 just before the stock-market crash. The Plaza block represents an early 20th century trend toward commercial development around the Green and away from the residential uses that had dominated this area since the 17th century. It was designed for urban and pedestrian uses, unlike the shopping centers of today. Notice the masonry piers with corresponding finials separating the windows and creating a sculpted effect on an otherwise flat surface. A two-story addition was constructed at the rear in 1935. Over the years this building has housed numerous commercial ventures including a grocery store, movie theater, and Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream. In 2011 it was purchased by the Sachdev family, and the new owners are renovating the building. The plans include reopening the theater as a film and performance space, converting the retail shops to restaurant space, and leasing apartments on the second floor. Copyright 2015 Windsor Historical Society.
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