JOHN DEERE BUILDING
(SOUTH HALF) 1420 WEST 13TH TERRACE
The John Deere Company built this 6-story warehouse structure in 1898 as an addition to their adjacent building at 1401 W. 13th Street (currently “The Beast” haunted house) which was built in 1890. The building was designed by Root & Siemens Architects and was used for warehousing, offices and sales for their full line of agricultural equipment and implements.
This high-profile building has excellent exposure and visibility from I-670. Its large windows and decorative brick exterior offer great views to the east, west and south. The entire first floor consists of several loading docks, offering outstanding potential for creative office, restaurant/entertainment, or continued use as retail space.