1269-1299 Main Street
In 1911, Abraham Goodman built this single-story building for his Goodman & Co. department store. It is constructed of concrete block on the facade and pitch- face native stone elsewhere. The front has a flat parapet that is stepped at each end. Beneath it are a bracketed cornice and a band of egg-and-dart molding. The awning masks a band of tall clerestory windows. The northwest wall faces a narrow sidewalk alley and is visible for its entire length.
The building was once a dry good and clothing store and it now houses Padis Romance St. Helena, a jewelry and gift store. The second storefront is now available for lease, since Coldwell Banker moved to 1200 Main Street.