Location: 113 Columbia St NW
Downtown National Historic District; popular culture
|Crocker Rubber Building 1965, Thurston County Assessor, Southwest Regional Archives||
Crocker Rubber Building today (2014), photo by Deb Ross
This Mission revival style building at the western end of downtown Olympia was erected in 1918. It was originally the home of the Crocker Rubber Company (see Crocker House). It has been well maintained and currently the home of three businesses, including a performing arts space. The building is not on the local register, but is listed as “Historic Contributing” in the National Olympia Downtown Historic District listing.