|1515 Pacific Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA, 95060|
|108 Locust Street, Santa Cruz, CA, 95060|
|(Corner of Locust Street and Pacific Avenue)|
|(Names of owners/proprietors here)|
The building was designed by William Weeks and was originally built in 1910 at a cost of $45,000 as a location for the People's Bank. In 1914 People's Bank became the Farmers and Merchants National Bank.
In the 1980s the building was known more commonly as the ID Building, named after Integrand Design, a store located in the main retail space on the first floor.
In 1990 the Museum of Art and History added this building to the list of Santa Cruz County Historical Trust Landmarks.
Current Businesses & Services
Departed Businesses & Services
- Integrand Design (I.D.)
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- Ann Thiermann's new downtown mural depicts what Santa Cruz looked and felt like 100 years ago, by Wallace Baine, Santa Cruz Sentinel, July 28, 2011, retrieved on July 30, 2011.
- The People's Bank, retrieved on July 30, 2011.