Atlas Building, built in 1888 as a fire insurance office, cost $40,000 to
build. The building, now an office building, is made of granite, and
features a granite figure between the 2nd and 3rd
floor, holding up a column topped by an urn, symbolic of concerns of
man On top of the urn is a salamander, a symbol of
fire, trying to get into the urn. The salamander is held back by two winged
lizards, symbolizing protection.