The Guenther & Handel's Block is a historic commercial block at 7—9 Stockbridge Street in Springfield, Massachusetts. It is one of the oldest commercial buildings in downtown Springfield. The Greek Revival style block was constructed in 1845 for Elam Stockbridge, who laid out and began to develop Stockbridge Street in 1839. In the 1880s the ground floor business was a grocery shop, which in 1913 was acquired and operated by Emil Guenther and his brother-in-law, Richard Handel. It remained within the family and at the same location until 1972; the business was sold out of the family and moved to other premises in 1973. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.