Architectural Sites in New York City

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Architectural Sites in New York City

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
B. Altman Building/New York Public Library–Science, Industry, and Business Library (SIBL)
In 1906 department-store magnate Benjamin Altman gambled that...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Chrysler Building
A monument to modern times and the mighty automotive industry...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Daily News Building
The landmark lobby of this art deco tower contains an illuminated...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
The Dakota
One of the first residences built on the Upper West Side, the...
Architectural Sites Upper West Side
 
Empire State Building
With a pencil-slim silhouette, recognizable virtually worldwide...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Flatiron Building
When completed in 1902, the Fuller Building, as it was originally...
Architectural Sites Flatiron District
 
Grand Central Terminal
Grand Central is not only the world's largest (76 acres) and...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Helmsley Building
This Warren & Wetmore–designed 1929 landmark was intended...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower
When it was added to the original building on this site, in 1909...
Architectural Sites Flatiron District
 
New York Public Library (NYPL) Main Branch: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
In 2011 the "Library with the Lions" celebrated its centennial...
Architectural Sites Midtown West
 
The New York Times Building
This 52-story building with its distinctive, ladderlike ceramic...
Architectural Sites Midtown West
 
Rockefeller Center
If Times Square is New York's crossroads, Rockefeller Center...
Architectural Sites Midtown West
 
The Row
Built from 1833 through 1837, this series of Greek Revival and...
Architectural Sites Greenwich Village
 
The San Remo
You're likely to notice its twin towers rising above the trees...
Architectural Sites Upper West Side
 
Seagram Building
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, a pioneer of modern architecture, built...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Strivers' Row
This block of gorgeous 1890s Georgian and neo-Italian homes earned...
Architectural Sites Harlem
 
Trump Tower
The tallest all-glass building in Manhattan when it was completed...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Tudor City
Before Donald Trump, there was Fred F. French. In 1925 the prominent...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
University Club
Among the best surviving works of McKim, Mead & White, New...
Architectural Sites Midtown West
 
Woolworth Building
Until 40 Wall Street stole the title in 1930, but first the 792-foot...
Architectural Sites Financial District
 
World Financial Center (WFC)
The four towers of this complex, which range from 34 to 51 stories...
Architectural Sites Financial District
 
World Trade Center Site (Ground Zero)
Thousands come each year to connect with events that unfolded...
Architectural Sites Financial District
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