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Lochiel Hotel

227 Market Street
Harrisburg PA United States

Construction Dates
Floor Count5
Building Uses
 - office
Structural Types
 - lowrise

Front portion of the building dates to 1836 and was originally known as the Lochiel Hotel. Victorianized in the 1870s and was the site of much 19th Century politicking. Rear portion became an elaborate vaudeville, and later movie theater, in 1910. Conversion to offices in the 1980s resulted in new construction to the side and rear in a style, which emulates the original building. Sometimes referred to as the Colonial Building, as this was the name of the old theater. Building listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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