Michael Liebel House, 139 West 21st Street (1950's) --- "The house was built in 1882" ---- Michael Liebel, Jr. was the 30th Mayor of Erie and a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.
The Charles M. Reed House, North side of West 6th between, Walnut and Chestnut Streets ------- The house was demolished in 1970 to build what was then the Erie County Motor Club. Some of the original interior paneling and molding were incorporated into the dining and bar area of the ski lodge at Peek 'n Peak, Chautauqua County, New York
Andrew McMullen House, 329 W. Sixth Street ----- On October 7, 2013, the demolition of the 115-year-old house at 329 W. Sixth Street changed the landscape of Erie's Millionaires' Row when the property owner's ambition to install a large decorative garden in place of the house was begun with its razing.
332 East 6th Sreet, Erie. ------ Built in 1882, the Erie Insurance Exchange demolished the house on January 29, 2015. Crews from Rohrer Trucking of Waterford handled demolition of the 5,498-square-foot structure. Matthew Puz, the city of Erie's zoning officer, said a
“Fred Koehler House, Corner of East 43rd Street and McClelland Avenue” The Koehler family members are amongst the best-known brewers from Erie. Charles Koehler, the patriarch of the family, had a brewery on 26th and Holland Street. Following his death in 1869, his sons- Fred, Louis and Jackson Koehler, carried on his business.