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Built in 1982 as one of the crown jewels of the Tishman Speyer real estate empire, 520 Madison Avenue...

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520 Madison Ave
September 22, 2009

Sailor's Snug Harbor was founded on Staten Island in 1808 by Captain Robert Richard Randall. At the time...

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Sailor's Snug Harbor
September 22, 2009

The Clocktower currently serves as a federal office building. It houses numerous federal institutions...

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The Clocktower
September 22, 2009

The Zebra building is an interesting condominium located near the Port Authority. It is called "The Zebra"...

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The Zebra
September 22, 2009

Pomander Walk, the little city-within-a-city, stretches from 94th to 95th street, between Broadway and...

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Pomander Walk
September 22, 2009

The High Line is urban redevelopment at its creative, nondestructive, value-added best, the city's first...

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The Highline
September 22, 2009

Union Square is one of the most important and most crowded epicenters in New York City. It was named...

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Union Square
September 22, 2009

A crown jewel even among the opulent, antique boutique hotels of midtown Manhattan, the St. Regis was...

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The St. Regis Hotel
September 22, 2009

One of the city's great cultural treasure chests, the New-York Historical Society was founded to preserve...

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New York Historical Society
September 22, 2009

From porthole to just plain pimpery. The maritime building was originally designed as the headquarters...

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The Maritime Hotel
September 22, 2009

An accomplished expression of the ideals of the midcentury-hegemonic International Style, and the most...

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The Seagram Building
September 22, 2009

An international organization headquartered in New York and dedicated to preparing both Americans and...

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Asia Society
September 22, 2009

The Noguchi Museum was opened by Isamu Noguchi in 1985 to display the artist's works in stone, metal,...

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The Noguchi Museum
September 22, 2009

This architecturally idiosyncratic curiosity was built between 1874 and 1877 as local courthouse by a...

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Jefferson Market Library
September 22, 2009