Two-fifty-one Post Avenue was built in 1926, in the Craftsman style of architecture that was very popular at the time. The building’s original owner received the money to build 251 Post Avenue from his brother, the actor Edward G. Robinson, a well-known character actor in movies spanning from the 1920s to the 1960s. Originally a furniture store, the second floor of the building was comprised of furniture showrooms and the living quarters for the owner and his family, hence the teak inlaid finished floors, unique floor plan, and conference room fireplace.


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