Changing Skyline: New legal offices breathe life into N. Philadelphia
Posted on Friday, Mar 22, 2013
For the last quarter-century, the Broad and Erie triangle has been defined by a single, gutted, graffitied skyscraper. Fourteen stories and still wearing its tiled crown, the Gothic skeleton of the Beury tower taunts this North Philadelphia crossroads, daring its neighbors below to carry on in its gloomy shadow.
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