Thursday, March 6, 2008

Social Security Administration


Even modern construction in the South often features graceful white columns. This building is one of several offices in a nook at Park Place, and it houses the Social Security Administration.

The office park is home to other agencies such as Medicaid and to several health-related offices.
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8 comments:

Olivier said...

c'est une belle architecture, j'aime beaucoup ces b√Ętiments en brique.
it is a nice architecture, I like these buildings very much in brick.

George Townboy said...

Great photo! "They" built a new SS Bldg here and every time I go by it I think how nondescript!

Annie said...

I do appreciate columns on buildings when, and only when, they are properly proportioned to the rest of the structure. These will do.

Southern Heart said...

One of the most important buildings in a thriving town, to be sure!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

Hope it's a while 'til I need it! :)

Chris said...

A very pretty building considering its a government building. So often, government buildings are quite plain. . .ugly, really.

Jana said...

We have a new SS building too. It looks more like an office complex, nothing as nice as this.

Halcyon said...

Neat. I like it when offices don't look too office-y.