Monthly Archives: August 2011

Barkin-Levin Factory, Long Island City, NYC

Located on an isolated corner of 13th Street and 33rd Avenue in Long Island City, behind a sports field, this building was originally the Barkin-Levin Factory and is now Ocasa Logistics Solutions. It is out of the way and surrounded … Continue reading

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Federal First Savings, Middletown, NY

A very intact 1960s era bank in downtown Middletown, NY. Located at 22 James Street. Unfortunately do not have an exact date for the construction.

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Sullivan County Office Building, Monticello, NY

Located off the main street in the small hamlet of Monticello is this rambling county building. It was completed in 1975.

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The Manhattan School, Midtown, NYC

Named the Manhattan School, it is now better known as PS 35 and located at 317 West 52nd Street. It was constructed in 1967 by Arthur G. Paletta, NYC Department of Education Director of Architecture (starting in 1963) and architect … Continue reading

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Middletown Post Office, Middletown, NY

This building is located at 40 Fulton Street. There are several, largely untouched mid-century buildings in Middletown due possibly in part to the seeming depressed nature of the area, in terms of real estate. It was built in 1965. detail … Continue reading

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Rosenthal Building, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Formally known as the Gladys Hall Rosenthal Building, this was built on Spruce Street as an addition to the existing School of Veterinary Medicine in 1963-64 by the firm Monaghan and Forrest, a firm on which there seems to be … Continue reading

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Meyerson Hall, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

                  This  multipurpose building is located at the corner of Walnut and 34th Streets and was built in 1967 by Martin, Stewart, Nobel and Class. They also designed at least one other … Continue reading

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