The ground floor galleria is composed of 45 foot high brick and stone arches. These arches are laterally supported on either side of the lobby by steel columns that are part of the structural system.
The columns are designed to accept slight movement as the building responds to wind forces. The brick and stone arches were designed with a system of expansion and control joints to accomodate this movement.
Circular turret-like structures provide corner offices at each floor with views up and down the street.
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