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Telephone Factory Lofts

828 Ralph McGill Boulevard

Constructed in 1939 by Walter R. Kattelle, the Western Electric Building served as a telephone factory. It is an excellent example of twentieth-century industrial architecture, featuring a modernist design that incorporates rectilinear patterns and a vertical-feeling facade. In the mid-1990’s, the building was converted to apartment residences.

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