Upfront caveat - I was part of the law firm that saved this building. It's a fantastic piece of 19th century architecture, one of the best in the world. And, Hodgson Russ has refurbished and preserved it in the best possible way. I started working in the building in the 1980s. Everyone there loved the environment. Sullivan knew he was building for office workers, and it shows. The Firm also - within the limits of its use as the home of a law firm - has made it accessible to the public. So run don't walk. It's just gorgeous.
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