Historic Properties of Spokane
Rising from an elevated basalt rubble and brick basement, the Danmor is a three-story unreinforced brick apartment building. Built in 1907, as the Engelhorn Hotel, the building is midblock along the north side of Third Avenue between Stevens and Washington streets. The front façade is symmetrically-arranged and divided into three bays: a central first floor entry bay and flanking single window bays. The window bays of the second and third stories are aligned over the first floor bays. Horizontal rusticated brick courses divide the façade into four divisions: basement, first floor, second floor, and third floor. A relatively simple corbeled cornice with corner posts completes the building.