Lloyd Building

Lloyd Building Pittsburgh

Posted December 26, 2015

LLOYD BUILDING

Photo of Lloyd Building about 2010 from

Pittsburgh History & Landmark Foundation Archives.

This historic commercial building at 6024 Penn Avenue designed by Wm. J. Carpenter AIA in 1906 is accredited to the Crocker & Carpenter firm.  Both men, before and after the dissolution of the firm, had office spaces in it.   Mr. Al Tannler of PHLF has advised that: It was enlarged and now uses 100 Sheridan Square as the address.  It is a contributing structure in the recently  listed East Liberty National Register Commercial District. 

Other than that, we know little about the building. From the photo we note some similarities to the Masonic Temple which Mr. Carpenter designed in DeLand, Florida in the 1920s such as  the open corner on the first floor and the central positioning of  the main entrance.

Information added Jan. 10, 2016

The fourth floor is currently occupied by the East Liberty Development Corporation, the third by State Representative offices, the second by general office spaces, and the first by retail outlets.

If  you have more information on this building please make comments below.  Your email address will not be posted.

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