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30th Street Station, Philadelphia

Once the grandest train station in the Northeast corridor, 30th Street Station was in a depressed state. The historic restoration plan started with a forensic investigation of original materials of: limestone walls, painted surfaces, light fixtures, track signage, building signage and concourse flooring. New design standards emphasized the historic store fronts and materials, while allowing tenants to express modern retailing standards.

Architect: HOK, New York: David Woods, Associate in Design

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