1) The former Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, now home to Landmark Mortgage.
2) Veterans Memorial Hall.
3) East Contra Costa Fire Protection District’s Station 54, which for many years served as the only fire station in the city.
4) Sweeney’s Grill & Bar now occupies one of the city’s oldest establishments, a former saloon owned by murder victim Jimmy Torre.
5) Home to four businesses and located along one of the first commercial strips downtown, this block-long frontage is anchored on one end by one of the area’s longest-running companies – Sun & Stuff – and on the other by Catwalk Boutique in its distinctive purple paint.
6) The art deco Delta Cinema, a historic and cozy movie house showing first-run films.
7) The former home of one of the city’s first supermarkets, Centromart, this building is now home to the Emporium liquor store and deli.
8) A Chevron gas station now occupies the site of the original Brentwood Hotel, the structure that influenced the design of the new downtown improvements, including the Civic Center, which will open officially in the spring.
9) Originally built in 1913 as The Bank of Brentwood, this building now houses the Brentwood Press and Publishing Corporation. Right outside the building is the new Art Gonzales Memorial Fountain.
10) The Weathervane Western Wear, another long-standing Brentwood business run by community icon Helen Meyer.
11) A charming building, constructed out of a Quonset hut, houses retailer Lil’ Miss Everything.
12) Cap’s Oak Street Bar and Grill resides in one of the city’s grandest edifices, a former Masonic Hall.
13) Located on the Liberty High campus and originally the first Brentwood Library, this small house was moved to its current location and became headquarters for the Brentwood Women’s Club. It now belongs to the city.
14) Now home to most city departments, it’s expected the new City Hall will be completed by the end of the year.