104. Swalwell Block, 2901-15 Hewitt Ave

104. Swalwell Block, 2901-09 and 2915 Hewitt Ave National Register of Historic Places Located at the northeast corner of Hewitt and Pine, this Charles Hove and AF Heide design was commissioned by WG Swalwell of Swalwell Land Loan and Trust Company and the First National Back of Everett. Similar to the now demolished Everett National this structure measures 75 by 57 feet and cost $30,000 when built. The facade is in red brick, copper cornicework and gray cast stone. The Swalwell Building symbolized permanence and stability amongst its wooden Riverside neighbors. The current proprietor at street level is Buck’s Restaurant. Today it and the commercial buildings to the east of it are a National Register district. The Diefenbacher Building was designed by AF Heide and constructed in the summer of 1903. John Diefenbacher was a successful saloon keeper in Riverside when he commissioned this handsome two story structure. Tenants included the Everett Certified Hatchery in the 1930s, St Vincent de Paul Salvage in the 1960s, and Knudson’s Surgical Supply until 2009.