“That distinct arched window is an architectural gem!” writes Joe Cialdella about March’s feature—Cahoots, the “tech coworking space.”  David Frye says, “I (almost) never get the I Spy picture,” but spotted it driving down Huron. “It’s known to everyone as the Kleinschmidt … because the name [added in 1939] is carved over the entrance,” writes local historian Susan Wineberg. “The building actually dates to 1860 and originally housed Haller’s Jewelry [then, later] the Heusel Bakery.”

“This Art Deco building has always caught my eye,” writes David Karl. The Ann Arbor Tribune added the 1931 façade, Wineberg adds. The Tribune Building, says Marilyn Knepp, “is one of three historic buildings renovated to create one large co-working space, complete with cafe and fitness center.” Cahoots added the tile wall on the interior featuring the “++” logo—a tech symbol used as a command in programming—to represent Cahoots’ community-building philosophy.

Our random drawing winner, Joe Cialdella, will enjoy his $25 gift certificate at Zingerman’s. To enter this month’s contest, use the image and clue above and send your answer to the address below.