Important Architecture 

The fate of historically significant buildings becomes part of the Broadway-widening discussion

The grace of this building on Broadway Boulevard belies the workaday traffic roaring past. Designed by architect Howard Peck in 1966, and expanded under his hand five years later, it's a modernist jewel of post-World War II design. It's also entangled in…

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