Flour and Grain Exchange

Flour and Grain Exchange

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Architects Shepley, Rutan and Goolidge (today known as Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson and Abbott) designed and built the Flour and Grain Exchange in 1891. Located in the heart of downtown Boston at 177 Milk Street, this 7-story building is constructed almost entirely of granite exemplifying the Richardsonian Romanesque style associated with H.H. Richardson, the architecture firm's original principal. The impressive walls and bold appearance reflect an expression of financial security that was appropriate to the city's commercial circles. Model by Alex Juhola. #Boston #commercial #Flour_and_Grain_Exchange #Goolidge #granite #HH_Richardson #MA #Massachusetts #Milk_Street #Richardsonian_Romanesque #Rutan #Shepley
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