The Tuttle Building, built in 1921, is an excellent example of the Sullivanesque style of architecture within the Augusta Downtown Historic District with highly sculptural, decorative detailing. Look for circles, leaves, and stylized flowers in the bands of terra cotta that separate the windows and the floors of the two story space. There is also a heavy cornice with classical detailing and decorative brackets. Rehabilitation of the building was completed in 2005. There are currently 3 commercial spaces on the first floor and six residential units in the building.