Erected in 1924, the Municipal Building of Bluefield was designed by architects Wilbur T. Mills, of Columbus, Ohio, and Garry & Sheffy, of Bluefield, West Virginia, and built by H.A. Lucas, a Bluefield contractor. The commanding Neo-Classical Revival structure overlooks the downtown business district and housed all municipal offices through 1977. The building is now leased to the Bluefield Area Arts Center as a cultural center.
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