We have no idea what that area was used for. It goes all the way to the roof. We have several pictures of this space. There was an atrium in the Thompson Building and when we first approached the owner of this building he said we would find a surprise in this building similar to that that was in the Thompson Building. He didn't elaborate beyond that. The building was sold after that and the new owner didn't know anything about that riddle.
That same area again.
And again. Courtesy of Jeff Langdon
Courtesy of Jeff Langdon
Onward to the roof. Courtesy of Terry O'Hara
Courtesy of Terry O'Hara
That building is the top part of that atrium type thing.
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