The former Peoples Bank building, 343 South Broadway in Lexington, is wedged between a condo and apartment tower and a parking garage beside the Rupp Arena parking lot. It is most recognizable for its blue tile walls and distinctive sawtooth roof.
The former Peoples Bank building, 343 South Broadway in Lexington, is wedged between a condo and apartment tower and a parking garage beside the Rupp Arena parking lot. It is most recognizable for its blue tile walls and distinctive sawtooth roof. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
The former Peoples Bank building, 343 South Broadway in Lexington, is wedged between a condo and apartment tower and a parking garage beside the Rupp Arena parking lot. It is most recognizable for its blue tile walls and distinctive sawtooth roof. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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