It's come down a lot in the world. I could make out the faded word "Olympia," several storeys above street level, only after backtracking from the address to a brief text ad that appears in several 1914 issues of The Guide to Nature, a publication of the Aggasiz Association from 1908 till 1935. According to Olympia's sign, they were "manufacturers of pure ----y [presumably, "candy"] & ice cream"; there's also the little matter of "5¢". These days, a nickel won't get you very far at the candy store, but you can still do pretty well with a quarter.
Surviving painted ad for Olympia Candy Company
107 Atlantic St., Stamford, Connecticut