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Changing Skyline: Lifeless parking garage slows city's pulse
Posted on Fri, Mar 01, 2013
The architects at Erdy McHenry have produced some of Philadelphia's most imaginative and stylish new buildings, from the Schmidt's complex in Northern Liberties to the swirling dormitory tower on Drexel University's campus. They're increasingly in demand outside the city, too, and just completed a stunning modern dairy barn for Cornell University's veterinary school.
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