This corner remains mostly unchanged from its 1917 entry. The more noticeable difference is that Sheridan Road was widened, resulting in a narrower parkway. And of course the car styles have changed. A little.
At first glance this appears to be a single building using the same dark red face brick, inset geometric stone ornaments and pressed-metal cornice. But there are some definite differences. For instance, the sun porches to the right are much more closely spaced than the ones on the left. And the first floor on the right is clad with stone, rather than brick. Even the window configurations on the porches are different. The floorplans confirm that these are two distinct buildings even though they share design similarities.
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|Image from Bing's Bird's Eye Views|