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The Joseph Bosch Building was built in 1893 in accordance to the new local law of Linden, Michigan, enforcing a fireproof district. After the 1887 fire, the city wanted to prevent such a massive tragedy from happening again, so they decreed that new buildings in the downtown area should be made with fire resistant materials.

The Joseph Bosch Building was one of the first buildings to follow the city?s decree. It was built in Italianate style architecture and housed various businesses until it was acquired by the Greek immigrants who started to operate it as a restaurant. It is still a restaurant today, with a 1920 metal and neon sign of the Lindell Chocolate Shoppe that hangs in the front of the building.
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