Steinert Hall (est.1896) of Boston, Massachusetts, stands at no.162 Boylston Street on what was called Boston's "piano row", opposite the Common in the Boston Theater District. Piano dealers M. Steinert & Sons own the building, erected in 1896 by company employee Alexander Steinert. Architects Winslow and Wetherell designed the "six-story limestone and brick Beaux Arts-style facade with terra-cotta ornament and a copper cornice."

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  • Steinert Hall (est.1896) of Boston, Massachusetts, stands at no.162 Boylston Street on what was called Boston's "piano row", opposite the Common in the Boston Theater District. Piano dealers M. Steinert & Sons own the building, erected in 1896 by company employee Alexander Steinert. Architects Winslow and Wetherell designed the "six-story limestone and brick Beaux Arts-style facade with terra-cotta ornament and a copper cornice." (en)
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  • Steinert Hall (est.1896) of Boston, Massachusetts, stands at no.162 Boylston Street on what was called Boston's "piano row", opposite the Common in the Boston Theater District. Piano dealers M. Steinert & Sons own the building, erected in 1896 by company employee Alexander Steinert. Architects Winslow and Wetherell designed the "six-story limestone and brick Beaux Arts-style facade with terra-cotta ornament and a copper cornice." (en)
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