|New York Mid-Century Modern Roofs & Canopies|
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|Hiro's Japanese Restaurant
|Hiro's Japanese Restaurant features a multi-faced structure with folded plate roof. A faded shish kebab sign is installed on the roof. These photos are from 2010. The restaurant closed in 2015. The building was still vacant in 2017. [map]|
|Academy of the Holy Names
Campus Arts Center
|The Academy of the Holy Names Campus Arts Center features a parabolic roof. The building seems to be used at least part-time as the Shambhala Meditation Center now. [map]|
|Brownell Lumber Co.
|This Brownell Lumber Co. building was constructed in 1967. It was inspired by redwood buildings in California. [map]|
More New York Mid-Century Modern Roofs & Canopies:
Redwood Lanes (Colonie)
Nevele Country Club (Ellenville)
former Mandy's Drive-in (Syracuse)
Mister Donut (Syracuse)
former Hastings Oil Heating (Troy)
former Ken Wilson Chevrolet (Vestal) [gone]
former Minute Man gas stations (various cities)
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