Archer avenue, east end.
Land values on the east end of Archer (here near Quinn street) were lower than those found near Lock and Broad streets and near Loomis (formerly Deering) street. The land values took on a topographic shape like that of the Golden gate bridge and are reflected in the height and construction of the buildings. Here they were two stories tall and made of wood for the most part, while being three or four stories near Lock street; more were of brick there as well.