Prospect School was built during the depression (1917-1931) after the original school burned down. Designed by local architects James T. Steen and Sons, you can see the art deco styling in the schools boxy shape, intricate details and asymmetrical patters. In 2005, Prospect School closed and remained vacant until renovations on these apartments began in 2014 by developer a.m. RODRIGUEZ ASSOCIATES inc.
Going further back in time, The Mount Washington area blossomed with the construction of the Mon Incline in 1870, which made this area easily accessible. Today, the neighborhood has grown in popularity, boasting two inclines, the Grandview Overlook, and Shiloh Street Shops. These destinations bring people from all over the city, while Mount Washington residents enjoy convenient access to dining, shopping, entertainment, and more!