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Name:  LaSalle Building
Address:  509 Olive
Year:  1906
Architectural Firm/Architect:  W. A. Swasey
Ward:  7
Neighborhood:  35
The LaSalle Building was supposedly the first St. Louis building to use the simplex pile method, in which a tube with a point is rammed into the soil and filled with concrete. It was named for the French explorer.

Swasey, William A.

LaSalle Building



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