Tuesday, September 23, 2014
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Changing Skyline: Mormon development combines civic-mindedness, awful architecture
Posted on Fri, Feb 21, 2014
It's hard not to wince when you first look at the renderings of the Mormon Church's expanding kingdom at 16th and Vine Streets, unveiled last week by Mayor Nutter. The architectural chameleons at Robert Stern's office have paired a 1920s-style apartment tower with a teensy redbrick meetinghouse that looks as if it was dragged across town from colonial-era Society Hill.
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