Room With a View: Penn Arts Building Rooftop

Written by on September 11, 2012 in A Room with a View - 2 Comments
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It’s always fun to get a different perspective, especially a high up vantage point. This one is looking north (and slightly east) from the roof of the recently renovated Penn Arts Building, looking into Herron-Morton Place. Speaking of Herron-Morton Place, who made it to the home tour a couple days ago?

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2 Comments on "Room With a View: Penn Arts Building Rooftop"

  1. Kevin J. Brewer September 11, 2012 at 11:59 am · Reply

    My great-aunt (rest her soul) used to live in the Penn Arts Apartment Building across the street from the Herror Art Museum.

  2. basil berchekas jr September 11, 2012 at 1:07 pm · Reply

    Wasn’t in town this weekend, but love this new approach to posting, from the “pigeon’s view”!

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