Lost House: 234 North Main Street

4-2365 234 N Main, 1936, 9-31-307-001 photosh

This house was built circa 1911 and used to stand at 234 North Main Street (just to the north of the McCune Mansion). In 1936, the date of the above image, it was owned by Alfred and Anna Kreidler. It contained 1,392 square feet (including a tower), and had been remodeled in 1932.

Plot plan drawing of the house from the 1936 Tax Appraisal Card:

The house was demolished in 1958 to make way for the “Panorama,” an apartment building completed in 1963 that still stands today (8 East Hillside Avenue, or 240 North Main Street).

Copy of 1962 newspaper clipping found in Tax Appraisal Card packet.

Copy of 1962 newspaper clipping found in Tax Appraisal Card packet.

Tax Appraisal Card for the Panorama Apartments, dated 1963 (shortly after completion):

Tax Appraisal Card for the Panorama Apartments, 1963. Serial 4-2363.

Source: Salt Lake County Tax Appraisal Cards and Photographs, parcel 09-31-307-001; serial 4-2363.

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2 Responses to Lost House: 234 North Main Street

  1. slcoarchives says:

    Excellent information about the history of these buildings. Thank you for posting the links, and for your current and past comments!

  2. Great Information! This house was originally built for the Fritsch family and was the subject of several articles in the Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Bulletin over the years. See: http://chnc-slc.org/bulletin/2009/JAN-09.pdf and http://chnc-slc.org/bulletin/2004/sep04/41_09-2004.pdf and also http://chnc-slc.org/bulletin/2008/DEC-08.pdf for more information on the Panorama Apartments/Condominiums.

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