Olde English Masonry restored the walls of native sandstone and red brick on the Rehder/First National Bank Building in downtown Steamboat Springs. The Rehder Building constructed in 1905 is a rare example of Romanesque Revival style with round arches atop window and door openings. The building  in the heart of the central business district once housed a successful banking operation. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Restoration of the city-owned building was completed in October of 2009, with funding from the Colorado State Historic Fund. Holmquist-Lorenz Construction Co. acted as general contractor and Humphries Poli Architects PC was the architect.

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