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Max Rosenn U.S. Courthouse (U.S. Post Office)
This is a restrained essay in the stripped-down classicism vein of Paul P. Cret. Diagonally across the street, on the northwest corner, is the renamed University Towers at 10 E. South Street, a postflood work (1975) by Peter Bohlin of Bohlin and Powell, whose serrated profile and circular openings reminiscent of Louis Kahn enliven the opposite corner.
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