1300 Washington St Vancouver WA United States 98660
Luepke Station is an L-shaped Moderne building and an icon in downtown Vancouver since 1937.
Built over the original Luepke Florist wooden building (1909), Luepke Florist thrives today under new ownership as Luepke Flowers and Finds.
Luepke Station also is the home base for Couve Cycle, Vancouver's first party bike, and to Tap Union, a Freehouse offering a rotating selection from 20 taps.
The one and a half story concrete building was designed by Donald Stewart and was built in two separate stages, with the original portion, housing Luepke Flowers and Finds, at the corner of 13th and Washington completed in 1937.
The addition, located to the west housing Tap Union Freehouse was completed circa 1945.
A major remodel took place in 1959 to mark the 50th anniversary of the business and again in 2015 as part of the Adaptive Reuse Program.
Luepke Flowers and Finds reflects the style of the 1930's in it's Moderne decor matched by the fine selection of gifts and unique floral designs.
Luepke Station is currently on the Clark County Heritage Register and is being nominated for the National Register of Historic Places.