The Main Street Center Complex consists of two buildings – one retail and one office. The north office building, which is 13,500 sf, and the west retail building of 4,800 sf are connected by a courtyard offering outdoor seating and dining. The architectural character of the building was developed expressly to compliment the neighborhood and Main Street Onalaska. Cedar shingles and stone are the primary exterior finish materials with large areas of glass to bring daylight into the buildings. The cornice treatment for Main Street Center is intended to provide a place for tenant signage and celebrate the top of the building. The corners of the buildings are buttressed tower forms with Wisconsin ledge stone and distinctive roof forms to provide focal points in the development. Careful attention was paid to the scale and arrangement of the structures on the site with extensive landscaping and exterior plaza space for the pleasure of the pedestrians. The two-story office building is located back from Main Street in order to allow the one-story retail building appropriate space and relationship to parking without crowding the building on Main Street, making it a good neighbor to its long-time Onalaska neighbors.