105. McCabe Building, 3120 Hewitt Avenue

McCabe Block. 3120 Hewitt Avenue (1892) National Register of Historic Places Constructed in 1892 for investors William G. Swalwell and Melvin Swartout, the McCabe block is one of a few surviving examples of the substantial brick architecture erected during Everett's original boom. The foundations of this building served as a pavilion for the city's first Fourth of July celebration in 1892. Over the years, the building has had many uses ranging from a clothing store to offices, a tavern and various restaurants.