Byers Hall

Posted on January 2, 2018
CategoryLandmark
LocationPittsburgh
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Nestled in Pittsburgh’s Allegheny neighborhood, the Byers Hall, was the former residence of Alexander M. Byers, along with an adjoining building occupied by his daughter, Mrs. J. Denniston Lyons. Designed by the Alden & Harlow firm, this structure was established in 1898 as Byers-Lyons House. The entire building features contrasting styles; Byers’ side reflects Victorian architecture, while the Lyons’ portion Edwardian. Byers Hall currently functions as the administrative building of the Community College of Allegheny County.

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