Standard 20’s American Hotel style, with quoins and Georgian details and classical gee-gaws and lots of red brick. We’ve seen this over and over and over again - and that’s fine. Wikipedia:

The site was formerly occupied by the Glennon Hotel, in which Harry S. Truman operated a haberdashery shop. That hotel was demolished, and the Phillips was constructed at a cost of $1.6 million, opening in February 1931.

Great timing. It’s a Hilton at the time I write this, part of “the Curio Collection.”