This building is characterized by a mysterious, yet intriguing design. The tower portion of the building is two stories high and originally functioned as a relay station by the Washtenaw Light and Power Company. It was built in 1902. In 1949 Detroit Edison purchased the building and used it as a sub-station. More recently the building has belonged to David Osler, a local architect. Osler has transformed the open space into his office space. Such a unique interior is conducive to creative, liberal thinking, ideal for Osler's architectural firm. A building was eventually added to the rear to provide more space, yet does not intrude upon the impressive front of the building.