Laborers Hall is a simple, one-story, brick-clad building on the west side of Market Street. It was built for the Laborers International Union of North America, Local 252, primarily representing construction and utility workers. Large plate-glass windows arranged in a grid pattern and wrapping around the northeast corner, accompanied by a flat roof, give the building a clean, modern look. In 2010, the university made minor renovations to the structure to repurpose it as a student health center and retail space.
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1961, Louis M. Pedersen; 2010 remodel. 1742 Market St.
J. Philip Gruen
Robert R. Franklin
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