Not every Philly building can be a major high-rise. Not every building can be so hideous or so beautiful as to spark a decades-long conversation.
But buildings that don’t scale these literal and metaphorical heights can still be remarkable in their own ways.
Right? That’s our latest open thread: Which Philadelphia buildings are truly underrated aesthetically and/or architecturally? Which ones are people missing out on noticing?
School them in the comments section below.
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