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1920s

Bell Atlantic Co.

Built in 1929 by renowned architect Ralph Thomas Walker, the New Jersey Bell Building has stood as an industrial icon in Newark for close to a century; representing the city's vast history of innovation and progressive vision. Known for its infamous art-deco design and 21-story skyscraper architecture, this Newark landmark served as the original corporate headquarters for the Bell Company, still featuring the original brick and sandstone facade, complete with sculptures of telephone operators and symbols of connectivity along with the grand mosaic in the lobby. This iconic masterpiece was registered with the National Historic Register in 2005 and continues to symbolize the human relationship to worldwide communications throughout its design.

Ralph Walker

Built in 1929 by renowned architect Ralph Thomas Walker, the New Jersey Bell Building has stood as an industrial icon in Newark for close to a century; representing the city's vast history of innovation and progressive vision. Known for its infamous art-deco design and 21-story skyscraper architecture, this Newark landmark served as the original corporate headquarters for the Bell Company, still featuring the original brick and sandstone facade, complete with sculptures of telephone operators and symbols of connectivity along with the grand mosaic in the lobby. This iconic masterpiece was registered with the National Historic Register in 2005 and continues to symbolize the human relationship to worldwide communications throughout its design.

2000s

Walker House

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