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|1007 Orange Street|
Wilmington DE United States
| - mixed use|
| - office|
| - residential|
| - highrise|
| - art deco|
| - streamline moderne|
| - limestone|
| - brick|
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- Part of the DuPont Headquarters complex, the Nemours Building is connected with the DuPont Building by a tunnel under the street and by an upper-level bridge.
- It is faced with brick except for the first two stories, which are faced in limestone.
- It is notable as an early example of an air-conditioned building.
- This building was completed in two phases, one that ended in 1936, and the second in 1941. It was last renovated in 2002.
-Architect: Frederick A. Godley
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