On Friday, we asked you to guess what this building with a checkered past was and what its location was.
We got an email guess from Byron, who says, "My Father was a builder/remodeler. In the summer of 1956, he had a home remodel job just about a block to the left of the market. My Dad and I would visit the job site in the AM after Boeing traffic or just after lunch, and leave before Boeing traffic began again. We would go to this place from a place in Georgetown and cross the 14th St. bridge. The tavern side of the building would be Cloverdale St...Used to get Cokes there, in small bottles, 7 or 8 ouncers, for a nickel."
You got it, Bryon. It's at the corner of South Cloverdale and 8th Avenue South.
Check back Friday for the next round of Cornerspotter. And if you've got a great idea or image for the next one, feel free to send it our way.