The McCullough Building
The building served as a showroom for Barker furniture.
After Barker Furniture closed, the building was purchased by Sarasota County. It was used as a print shop.
In 2014, the country was approached by Center for Architecture Sarasota with a proposal to lease the building for its headquarters. The lease was approved. The Center for Architecture Sarasota began a 6 month, $500,000 restoration supervised by architect Guy Peterson. Building was renamed McCullough Pavilion.
The building as currently configured has front architecture gallery space, a a lecture hall and a small administrative office.
The McCullough Pavilion was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 7, 2016.