The southern, eastern, and northern façades (the principal façades) have a great amount of decorative masonry including granite, slate coursing, brownstone coursing, and brick veneer (Photo 2). All of these materials are in good condition, except for the brownstone, which is deteriorating in areas that are connected to a wrought iron balustrade. The surface of the brownstone is face-beded, and the corrosion of the iron in contact with the stone has caused oxide jacking. All of the masonry has environmental staining.
DeBlock, Elizabeth; LeBlanc, Alexander; Reid, Carolyn; Wilson, Kathleen; Robinson, Arnold; Marshal, Philip; and Dermody, Robert, "Longley Building: Reuse and Rehabilitation Feasibility Report" (2012). Historic Preservation. 2.