Historic Properties of Spokane
The Kehoe Block is a two-story brick masonry building that features a cast concrete with an egg-and-dart and antler motif and a center diamond-shaped parapet with the word "KEHOE" in relief. Built for Thomas Kehoe, the building was originally constructed as the Kehoe Hotel, a singe-room occupancy hotel with 18 rooms on the second story. The first floor was occupied by a variety of businesses from 1907 to 1952, including the Kehoe Saloon, LeRoi Grocery, Buckley Hardware and Kehoe Hardware.
The Kehoe Block is a contributing property is a contributing property in the Hillyard Historic Business District which was listed on the Spokane Register in 2003 and the National Register in 2002.