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Location address: United States, Philadelphia
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New York Mutual Life Insurance Company Building, also known as the Victory Building, is a historic office building located in the Market East neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Henry Fernbach and Phillip W. Roos are credited as the building’s architects. It was built in 1873, and is a seven-story, brick building, faced with granite, and measuring 58 feet by 176 feet. It’s three lowest stories feature engaged columns, pilasters, balustrades, and arcades. The top three stories were added in 1890-1891. It is topped by a mansard roof in the Second Empire style.