The former Holzhauer Drugstore is currently being completely renovated and it is very cool. The Italianate style building was built in 1882 and was owned by a German man named Gustav Holzhauer. He was a wholesale and retail druggist and apothecary, a dealer in pure drugs and medicines, chemicals, pure wines and liquors for medicinal use. The street-level commercial space is huge and filled with light, just waiting for the right tenant. Upstairs in what was once a boarding house, four new apartments are being built. One of them will have two floors and a dramatic two-story living space. Other details in the apartments include exposed rafters and new insulated windows that look like the originals. All the units have views of historic Monmouth Street and will have access to the basement and an outdoor courtyard.