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NEW YORK - Architecture

NEW YORK - Architecture

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Published by: Anthony Glambedakis on Mar 27, 2010
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Statue of Liberty · Liberty Island , Frederic Auguste Bartholdi , 1884 to 1886

Night Aerial Views of Manhattan Island

Woolworth Building Cass Gilbert Architect 1910 to 1913 terra cotta cladding, 60 story tower

Chase Manhattan Bank, Gordon Bunshaft Architect 1961

Brooklyn Bridge, John Augustus Roebling Architect, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1869 to 1883

Citicorp Center, Hugh Stubbins and Associates 1976 to 1978

Daily News Building, Raymond Hood Architect 1930

Flatiron Building, Daniel Burnham Architect, 1902

McGraw-Hill Building, by Raymond Hood, at New York, 1930.

New York Public Library , Carrere and Hastings , 1897 to 1911

Rockefeller Center , Sunken courtyard

Rockefeller Center, Raymond Hood, Architect, 1932 to 1940

U.S. Custom House, Town and Davis Architects, 1833 to 1842.

U. N. Plaza, by Roche-Dinkeloo 1969 to 1975

Museum of Modern Art, by Philip S. Goodwin and Edward D. Stone, 1938 to 1939

Secretariat Building from visitor's entry · United Nations Headquarters , Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, 1947, finished 1953

General Assembly Hall · United Nations Headquarters

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

THE FULLER BUILDING, architect Walker & Gillette, 1928-1929

THE WESTERN UNION BUILDING, architect Voorhees, Gmelin & Walker , 60 Hudson St, 1928-1930

BANK OF NEW YORK, architect Voorhees, Gmelin & Walker One Wall Street, at Broadway , 1931

New Yorker Hotel, architect Sugarman & Berger 481 Eighth Ave., bet. W34 and W35. 1930

GE Building, originally RCA Building architectRaymond Hood, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, bet W49 and W50,1933

General Electric Building (Originally the RCA Victor Building) architect Cross & Cross, 570 Lexington Avenue at 51st St. date1929-1931

One Fifth Ave. architect Helmle, Corbett & Harrison and Sugarman & Berger, Harvey Wiley Corbett as chief designer, East 8th St.date1929

Williamsburgh Savings Bank architect Halsey, McCormack & Helmer, (despite the name it stands in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn rather than Williamsburg).date1929

Time Warner Center Architect David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP 10 Columbus Circle,2003

Carnegie Hall, architect William B. Tuthill with Richard Morris Hunt and Dankmar Adler as consultants (hall); Henry J Hardenbergh (tower additions 1894); 156 W57, at Seventh Ave. Date Erected: 1891 (hall); 1986 (hall renovation); 1990 (tower)

Waldorf=Astoria Hotel , architect Schultze & Weaver,301 Park Ave., between E49 and E50. , 19291931

Apartment Building
THE ELDORADO, architect Margon & Holder and Emery Roth, 300 Central Park West date1929-1931

Tudor City, architect Fred F. French & Co., H. Douglas Ives , East 40th to East 43rd Streets, bet. First and Second Aves. date1925-8

Columbus Circle Fountain,, Sculptor Gaetano Russo ,Columbus Circle, Unveiled 1892

Grand Army Plaza, architect Olmsted and intersection of Flatbush Ave., Prospect Park W., Eastern Pkwy., and Vanderbilt Ave.1870.

George Washington Bridge, architect Othmar Ammann, Cass Gilbert northern Manhattan

Manhattan Bridge, architect Gustav Lindenthal, Nichols, Modjeski and Leon Moisseiff. Location East River between Canal Street, Manhattan and Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn. date1901-9

Queensboro Bridge, 59th Street BridgearchitectGustav Lindenthal in collaboration with Leffert L. Buck and Henry Hornbostel (designers of the Williamsburg Bridge). Connects Queens Plaza with midtown Manhattandate1909

Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, architect Senior partner Othmar Herrmann Ammann Chief engineer Milton Brumer Project engineers Herb Rothman, Frank L. Stahl Design engineer Leopold H. Just Engineer of construction John West Kinney location Staten Island ± Brooklyn Opening date November 21, 1964 (upper level) June 28, 1969 (lower level)

Triborough Bridge

Hell Gate Bridge

Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal , architect Reed & Stem, Warren & Wetmore location42nd Street and 3rd Ave.date1903-1913

St. Patrick¶s Cathedral (RC) ,architect James Renwick Jr. and William Rodrigue lFifth Avenue, bet. E50 and E51. date1851-79, towers 1888

Hearst Magazine Building, architect Joseph Urban, tower Sir Norman Foster location951-969 Eighth Ave at W47. date1928, tower 2004

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