We had a Kress Store but don't know what happened to the building ... maybe torn down. Colorado Springs has done it's share of tearing down historic buildings. One was a historic stage/burlesque theater, which became a movie theater, which was torn down to be replaced by a street-level parking lot. The project to replace the theater never came to realization. It housed one of the remaining Wurlitzer organs made in the early 1900s before the city absconded with it to put into the City Auditorium, the same auditorium they've wanted to tear down and still do despite its place on the historic register. Colorado Springs also tore down one building that was the first Catholic Church (St. Anne's) in COS for a park that largely sits rarely used except by the homeless. The diocese tried repeatedly to save the church, which was originally built as a home. Even an investor group raised $1.5M to buy the building and land, but that fell on deaf ears.