The Frick Building

Daniel H. Burnham
1901-2




Located in downtown Pittsburgh across the street from Richardson's Allegheny County Courthouse, the Frick Building was inspired by Henry Clay Frick, an American industrialist and one of the founders of the U. S. Steel Corporation. It is twenty stories tall

 

A closer view and the Grant Street entrance




Other Burnham buildings on this site include: Merchant's Exchange Building, details of the Monadnock Building, the Pittsburgh Union Station, the Reliance Building and the Rookery.





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