Peacock Building

150 Fulton St E Grand Rapids

Architecture Grand Rapids
Written By Architecture Grand Rapids

Welcome to Architecture Grand Rapids where you will find guided architectural tours, stories about homes and buildings, interesting neighborhoods, classic and modern architectural styles, and a growing list of architects and contractors who created the built environment in Greater Grand Rapids and neighboring cities between 1850-1980.

Willard Building - Peacock Building

Details: Sometimes called the Peacock Building, the 1930's Willard Building is a one-story building that incorporates an elaborate peacock motif in its distinctive multi-colored terra cotta trim. This low-slung building wraps around the corner of Fulton and Jefferson and is home to a variety of venues where you can get coffee, have a meal home, or see a play. The building was constructed by Owens, Ames, Kimball, a historic contracting firm known for building many of the major Grand Rapids structures. It was added to the National Register of Historic Buildings in 2013.

Nine Grand Rapids Buildings on Fulton Walking Tour

Peacock Building

Cookie image

We use cookies on this website. You are free to manage these via your browser settings at any time. For more information about how we use cookies, please see our Privacy Policy.