St. Clair Machine Shop, Toledo Ohio.
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Sur-Saint Clair at 1 South Saint Clair in the
historic art corridor of the Toledo Warehouse
District located caddy corner from 5/3 Field is an
unique venue of historic architecture, displayed
art mediums, hip color in a loft type setting.

1 South Saint Clair was built in 1889 by
Shaw-Kendall who designed and engineered the
hot water system for the Toledo Steam Plant and
multiple other downtown and old west-end
locations.  In the past 100 and so years, the
building has been used as: wallpaper, paint and
sales company, warehousing, and the St. Clair
Machine Shop, where the advertising is still
visible on the outside of the building.