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Location type: House
Location address: United States, Philadelphia
Number of texts: 1
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Warburton House, also known as the Warburton Hotel and The Lucy Eaton Smith Residence, is a historic hotel located in the Rittenhouse Square East neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was designed by noted New York architect Arthur Loomis Harmon (1878–1958) and built in 1926. It is an 11-story, “U”-shaped, steel frame and brick building with cast stone and granite trim in an Italian Renaissance Revival style. It has a stepped back form and rooftop loggia. It was originally built as a residential hotel for professional women. From 1952 to 2001, it was owned by the Dominican House of Retreats and Catholic Guild and known as The Lucy Eaton Smith Residence.

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