This was one of the earliest works of Modern architecture built in Pittsburgh. It was designed by Frederick G. Scheibler II. The materials used are brick and glass. The windows are glazed with small leaded panes, their spandrels filled with geometric designs of blue tile on cream-colored stucco.
Keywords: United States, Pennsylvania, Alleghany County, Pittsburgh, multiple dwellings, residential structures/ housing, views. Submitted by Kara Gustafson.