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Richardsonian Romanesque was very popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries for public and institutional buildings. Named for influential Boston architect H. Richardson, other architects emulated his des after his death in This building is typical of the Richardsonian Romanesque style with rough-faced, square stonework while the wide, rounded arches and deeply recessed door and window openings are also characteristic of the style.
The building served as a post office until when it relocated to the present day Federal Building on East Merrimack Street, now part of Middlesex Community College. Later it housed the administrative offices for the Lowell School Department and ultimately sold by the City to a private developer who extensively restored and rehabilitated it to serve as a Juvenile Court which opened in May, George Antiochian Orthodox Church St.
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