“If you don't cherish it, it might be gone tomorrow and you can't get it back.”
- 2316 East Carson Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
- Date and Style
- Built in the 1880s
- —Victorian (Italianate) style
- Erected during the reign of Queen Victoria of England (1837-1901), this Victorian Italianate building is based on the style of Italian Renaissance villas. Decorative brickwork below the wide cornice board adds a decorative touch to the top story of this building. The window shapes vary from one floor to the next, and are accented by decorative stone and brick surrounds.
- Facade improvements funded through the Urban Redevelopment Authority's Streetface Program