From Enid Buzz: The historic building was built in 1920 as an implement company. In the late 20’s and early 30’s it became the home to Sears. Sears added a mezzanine section to the building and occupied the space until the mid 30’s when it was purchased by Loomis Furniture. The furniture store stayed in that location for several decades.
From Enid Buzz: The building was later closed and reopened as an antique mall. It again was closed and sat empty for a short period. The Grevens decided to renovate the building and invite dealers inside to sell their collections at Broadway Antiques and Uniques.
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