This building, on the corner of Collins Avenue and 10th Street, is a textbook example of what is known as Streamline. Again, from the Art Deco Museum:
“Eyebrows become a stronger horizontal element by uniting across the façade and racing around the corner to the side facades. Windows move to the outer edges of the façade and even wrap around the corners, flaunting new structural systems that eliminated the need for corner supports. The axis of the building often begins to shift away from the center, stretching every other element on the façade. It often reaches the corner where it becomes a vertical beacon emphasizing street intersections.”
Buildings like this are common at intersections in the historical district.