Repurposed Properties

Subject Statesort descending City
President Obama had an office in this Catholic church in Chicago. Illinois Chicago
Restoration Hardware's building has a history. Massachusetts Boston
Last U.S. maker of wooden clothes pins was here - Penley Mill Maine West Paris
Factory where Bruce Springsteen's dad worked; in "My Hometown" New Jersey Freehold
A Blue Comet Observation Car Part of Diner New Jersey Clinton
"Mass Death Assemblage" Fossil Dig New Jersey Sewell
Springsteen Likes This Place - Sonny's in Asbury Park New Jersey Asbury Park
Dennis Hopper lived in this movie theater. New Mexico Truth or Consequences
Chelsea condo building was once a printing plant. New York New York
Reclusive artist Leo J. Bates lived here. New York Brooklyn
Many Famous Artists, Musicians, Lived and Partied Here New York New York
International Toy Center was here. New York New York
Martin Scorsese schooled here, St. Patrick's Old Cathedral School New York New York
Bowie lives in the old Hawley & Hoops candy factory (Courtney Love, too). New York New York
Heliport was here during New York World's Fair, Beatles landed here, Madonna worked here. New York Flushing
NY maisonette once a school for the deaf? New York New York
Home and Studio of Pop Artist Jim Dine New York New York
Bobby Flay's Gato restaurant was once treatment center. New York New York
Fire Patrol #2 Building - Anderson Cooper New York New York
Talas - Best Shop for Bookbinding Supplies New York Brooklyn
Paul Revere & the Raiders first wore costumes here. Oregon Lake Oswego
Knife-Crafters was here. Pennsylvania Bensalem
Did the hoagie originate here? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Haunted Photography Gallery? Pennsylvania Doylestown
Gorgeous Art Deco Castle in Callowhill Neighborhood Pennsylvania Philadelphia
"Ask This Old House" visited here - Manayunk Pennsylvania Philadelphia
American Trust Co. Building, Built in 1880s Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Folk artist John F. Long painted this one-room schoolhouse. Pennsylvania Reinholds
Beaumont House, at Foulkeways in North Wales, PA, Preserved Pennsylvania North Wales
Best HO Train Layout - Chelten Hills Pennsylvania Elkins Park
Founder of Harleysville Insurance had lived here. Pennsylvania Harleysville
Isaiah Luken Tower Clock, 1812, in Hatboro, PA Pennsylvania Hatboro
Edgemont Theater was once here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mantini Funeral Home on American Pickers Pennsylvania Ford City
Antiques shop is in a former Friends meetinghouse. Pennsylvania Fort Washington
Metropolitan Opera House - Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The 2nd of Autumn (Philly) rock club was here. (Velvets performed here.) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Church of Thomas in Philadlephia Area (in old AT&T Building) Pennsylvania Fort Washington
Banca D'Italia (second site) was here - South Philly. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Quaker City Dye Works Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bee Hive Diner was here - Bensalem, PA Pennsylvania Bensalem
Cornwells Fire Company (Original Firehouse) Pennsylvania Bensalem
Wilbur Chocolate Factory was here, too. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Supermarket Used to be a Bowling Alley (West Philly) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pep Boys statues wore Inquirer strikers signs in prank here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
This charcuterie, famous for its ham sammy, was once an auto chop shop. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Home is a converted post office in Hollywood, PA. Pennsylvania Jenkintown
Biker Gang Went to Easter Mass Here Pennsylvania Upper Darby
Human blood was used in war protest here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
William Penn Inn, part of the Underground Railroad Pennsylvania Wynnewood

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