Young stems are green to brown. Long terminal bud is typical of most all Ficus species.
Bark is pretty. Mostly silver or gray color, smooth, potentially very thick.
The Indian Laurel will flower and produce small orange fruit that mature dark.
This tree has other names, Ficus retusa, F. nitida. Not sure what is right.
Ficus benjamina is commonly grown as a houseplant as well and could be found outside. The leaves are thinner, more heavily undulated, have a longer acuminate tip, and tend to be weeping more heavily.
Bottle tree? maybe.
114 Escalona Dr.
River St and Front St at the parking garage.