Structure in General
beaux-arts / historism
- The Inquirer Building is one of the tallest landmarks north of Market Street.
- The large addition to the north, called the Rotogravure Building, was completed in 1948 and designed by Albert Kahn Associates, Inc. of Detroit.
- The owner of Philadelphia's two largest newspapers announced on August 21, 2007 plans to sell the iconic building, situated on more than 4 acres of property, and search for a location to move its 950 employees.
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400-440 North Broad Street
1401 Callowhill Street
400 North Broad Street
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Features & Amenities
- City landmark