Mahony & Zvosec

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Mahony & Zvosec, Architects & Planners was an American architectural practice based in Princeton, New Jersey, active in the mid to late-twentieth-century Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.[1] It was established in 1967 by Leo Halpin Mahony, AIA (born 1931), who had previously practiced under the name of Leo H. Mahony (fl. 1962–1967) and John M. Zvosec.[2] The firm practiced out of the Gallup Robinson Building, Research Park, Princeton, New Jersey 08540.[2]

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