West Side Market
The West Side Market, a massive yellow-brick building, is an example of a Neoclassical/Byzantine architecture. The right side of the building is a 2-storey with a glass storefront door, 6 tall glass windows on the 2nd floor, and a flat pediment. The middle part with a curved pediment stands a bit higher than the right side with two glass storefront doors and a large glass window which takes majority of the space. The left side is a 137-foot clock tower with a spire on its top.
The West Side Market has an interior concourse that provides nearly 100 stalls for vendors and an 85 outdoor stall that extends from the side to the rear of the building. It has a gloss white brick wall and a curved brick ceiling with embedded lights, Neoclassical ceiling embellishments, and glass windows along its side. Each stall has its own curved lamps.