Back to the Fulton Market. This 1908 building was a Commission House designed by architect Ivar Zarbell and primarily accommodated wholesale produce. Architects who designed small-scale industrial and commercial structures seldom achieved the name recognition of those working in the Loop or designing luxury apartments, but their buildings define enormous areas of the city. And although these buildings were primarily intended to be functional, they're not without architectural interest. For a fantastic analysis of the history and architecture of the Fulton/Randolph Market area see the designation report written by my colleague Matt Crawford.
I've added some grey tones, and I'll probably add color at some point. But I think this image gives a good sense of the historic character of the area. This building is already being modified to accommodate an upscale restaurant, which has been typical for the rapid development of the area.