One of the most recognizable sights in Pittsburgh's Downtown skyline is the Frick Building. Its construction set off a corporate building rush in the area, but the imposing structure has maintained its architectural dominance over time. Commissioned by Henry Frick, the coke-fuel and steel magnate, it remains to this day a cornerstone of Pittsburgh's bustling business sector. The impressive two story lobby is decorated in the Beaux Arts Classical style, filled with white marble, gold plating, and lofty stairways.
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