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NRHP Reference #  96000378
Added to NRHP  4 April 1996
Designated PHLF  1975
Architect  Charles Bickel
109-115 Wood Street
Location  109–115 Wood Street (Downtown Pittsburgh), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Built  1897 (109/111) and 1902 (113/115)
Architectural style  Renaissance Revival architecture
Similar  Burke Building, Nationality Rooms, Rodef Shalom Temple, North Shore Riverfront, Saint Paul Cathedral

109-115 Wood Street (also known as Hartje Bros. Paper Manufacturing Co. and the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater Building) are two buildings located in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. 109-111 was built in 1897, and 113-115 was built in 1902. The architect was Charles Bickel. The buildings were added to the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 1975, and added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 4, 1996.

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109-115 Wood Street Wikipedia


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