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Schenley Quadrangle Viewed from the Forbes Avenue Side – University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Schenley Quadrangle is a cluster of University of Pittsburgh residence halls. The five residence halls are the former historic Schenley Apartments, designed by Henry Hornbostel, with collaboration from Rutan & Russell and Eric Fisher Wood, for developer Franklin Nicola and were built between 1922 and 1924 at a cost of more than $4.5 million ($60.6 million in 2013 dollars). Originally, the Schenley Apartments were home of Pittsburgh’s well-to-do, and consisted of 1,113 rooms in 238 apartments throughout the five buildings.