This six-story building's exterior walls were made with a
unique enamel-faced "Tiffany" brick from Denver. These white and blue bricks are glazed, making them highly reflective and eye-catching. Forget aesthetics, though; they were selected because they're easy to clean. The Henry Building was executed according to the Chicago School of commercial architecture, and its crisp lines and clean, slightly decorated faÃ§ade make it stand out on this street. One of its only decorations are the lion's head cartouches below the iron roof cornice. The corner column is wrapped in copper. Inside, a wood floor-joist system was used throughout.