||10,076 sq ft
Located on Mulberry Street, Herold House serves as a graduate residence, with 18 students accommodated in six, three-person apartments. The structure building was acquired and converted into housing during the summer of 2004.
According to the Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority, "The Herold Apartments were among the first Art Deco apartment buildings in the United States. The building was constructed in Railroad style, with series of rooms connecting to each other, similar to the design of a railroad car. Legend has it that Mr. Herold, a Navy veteran, worked with the architect to design the building to look like a ship."
"Summer brought renovations throughout campus
16 September 2004: 3.