The Park Manor is a fairly simple, straightforward building underneath all of its ornamentation, but it has enough style to command attention. There are two entrances on Park Street and one on Stockton Street, each leading to four apartments. Here is one of the Park Street entrances:
The above view also gives a closer look at the triple-arches over the lower windows, their ornamentation, and the brickwork on the facade.
Here's a look at the second Park Street entrance, this one shaded by a large oak.
And here's another view of the building from the vantage point of that same oak, looking east on Park Street:
The Park Manor, at the intersection of Park and Stockton, blends nicely into the Riverside streetscape, and provides a counterbalance to the massive and beautiful Church of the Good Shepherd across the street. Like most of the homes and apartments in the neighborhood, it is accessible and inviting. Whether you are walking or driving by, these buildings compel you to pause and take a look.