By admin on Friday, December 11th, 2009 at 8:44 am
From Third Street, the two faces of this building are evident: a modern glass and metal facade on the right and the faux historical addition to the adjacent building.
The fourth floor of the brick building is entirely new. The proportions seem strange, as though missing a set of windows, and also on the Newark Avenue side is a tumor protruding vertically that breaks with the sloped rooflines.
The Newark Avenue side.
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