Wedekind Motors has been at this location since the the construction of this building in t he mid-1930s. Originally selling
Nash-Willys, after World War I I only Nash cars were sold. After 1956, the dealership became Wedekind Pontiac, which continues to this day. The building is a good example of its type, with multi-colored brick bands and the Art Deco ziggurat form in the center. The recent alterations are not sympathetic with the character of the building.