Category:Wesley Building (Philadelphia)
The Wesley Building, also known as the Robert Morris Hotel, is a historic office building and hotel located at 1701-09 Arch Street at the corner of N. 17th Street in the Logan Square neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The original 6-story section was built in 1914-15, with a 8-story addition in 1921-22; the cornice of the original building can still be seen above the sixth floor. The building was commissioned by the Board of Home Missions of the United Methodist Church as offices and a hotel for the Methodist Church. It was designed by Ballinger & Perot in the Gothic Revival style and features terra cotta detailing. (Source: Philadelphia Architecture: A Guide to the City (2nd ed.))
Media in category "Wesley Building (Philadelphia)"
The following 7 files are in this category, out of 7 total.
- 1707 Arch Street.jpg 2,199 × 3,086; 1.65 MB
- Robert Morris Hotel 17th Street facade.jpg 3,264 × 2,448; 1.96 MB
- Robert Morris Hotel entrance closeup.jpg 3,166 × 2,408; 1.66 MB
- Robert Morris Hotel entrance.jpg 2,513 × 2,396; 1.5 MB
- Robert Morris Hotel.jpg 2,226 × 3,264; 2.07 MB
- The Wesley Building in Philadelphia.jpg 4,000 × 6,000; 13.63 MB
- Wesley Blg Philly.JPG 2,717 × 3,622; 3.3 MB