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401 N Morton ST Bloomington, IN 47404

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Demographics for Bloomington for 47404
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Neighborhood Association None specified
Historic District Showers Brothers Furniture Complex Local Historic District
West Side National Register Historic District
Economic Development Areas BEAD
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Government structure based upon this address
State Government Indiana
County Government Monroe
Local Government Bloomington
Township Bloomington | Assessors
Mayor John Hamilton
District Council Member Stephen Volan
At Large Council Members Andy Ruff, Susan Sandberg, Tim Mayer
City Clerk Nicole Bolden

Below is the list of official City of Bloomington historic sites near your address in order of proximity.

Showers Plant #1

First constructed in 1910, with additions in 1923, The Showers Brothers Company Furniture Factory Plant # 1 is part of what remains of a 7 acre site that once hosted the “world’s largest producers of bedroom and dining room furniture.”

Illinois Central Freight Depot

Subsidized by Perry and Bloomington Townships, the freight depot was built in 1906 to lure the Illinois Central line into town. The building suffered fires and was in disrepair before its restoration in 1983.

Second Baptist Church

Designed in 1913 by Samuel Plato, a renowned African American architect, the Second Baptist Church retained its urban location by expanding with a multipurpose addition. The parsonage was moved and restored as an affordable housing project.

Cochran Lindley House

Built in 1850 by James Cochran, a prosperous miller, liquor merchant, cabinetmaker and landowner, this imposing brick I-house was restored in the 1970's.

Vance Music Building

One of the stateliest neoclassical retail buidings on the square.

Buskirk Showers House

This Queen Anne style house was built for Philip Buskirk, president of the First National Bank and president of the Empire Stone Company. A later owner, William Graham, apparently exchanged houses with William Showers.

Morgan House

This elaborate Queen Anne style house was in serious disrepair in the early 1980's. It was restored and adapted as law offices, becoming one of the local preservation movement's most influential projects.

Waldron Block

This building once housed Joe Natale's "Dixie Market." The Central Union Phone exchange was once located on the second floor. Today, only the rounded hood molds on the east side of the building reflect its Italianate styling.

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Below is the list of city parks near your address in order of proximity.

Rev. Ernest D. Butler Park

Two basketball goals, ballfield, two picnic shelters, playground

The Waldron, Hill, and Buskirk Park

Accessible playground, bandstand, picnic areas, large fountain. Wireless access on the north side of the park only. Formerly known as Third Street Park.

Peoples Park

benches, checker tables, murals, sculpture, mosaic tiles

Building Trades Park

Five basketball goals, two playgrounds, picnic shelter, play field, restrooms, picnic table

Seminary Square Park

One-acre paved plaza containing a historic stone arch and bronze plaques depicting the history of Bloomington, benches.

Miller-Showers Park

.59-mile interpretive trail, benches

Crestmont Park

Four basketball goals, 18-hole frisbee golf course, playground, picnic shelter, Crestmont Community Gardens

Bryan Park

Three baseball/softball fields (can be reserved; call (812) 349-3762), four basketball goals, three playgrounds, three reservable picnic shelters (call (812) 349-3700), two sand/grass volleyball courts, five tennis courts, three horseshoe pits, fitness area, restrooms (open seasonally), picnic tables, outdoor swimming pool

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Below is the list offficial City of Bloomington public art locations near your address in order of proximity.

Peoples Park

benches, checker tables, murals, sculpture, mosaic tiles

Miller-Showers Park

.59-mile interpretive trail, benches

Fire Station #2

This is the west side fire station and is the newest of all the fire stations.

Animal Shelter

This is a 10,000 sq ft facility which houses approximately 225 animals.

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