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Abandoned buildings on Washington Street near the West Side Highway, New York City

It was destroyed in 1929 to make way for the Empire State Building and the hotel moved to 301 Park Avenue. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

historicaltimes: The original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel opens in combining the Astor and Waldorf hotels. It was destroyed in 1929 to make way for the Empire State Building and the hotel moved to 301 Park Ave. New York City, New York.

Cool Life insurance quotes 2017: Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1909... Architecture Check more at http://insurancequotereviews.top/blog/reviews/life-insurance-quotes-2017-metropolitan-life-insurance-company-1909-architecture/

Cool Life insurance quotes 2017: Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1909... Architecture Check more at http://insurancequotereviews.top/blog/reviews/life-insurance-quotes-2017-metropolitan-life-insurance-company-1909-architecture/

New York City | Art Deco Stewart and Company Building, 725 Fifth Avenue at East 56th Street, Warren & Wetmore, 1929. Demolished.

Stewart and Company building, 725 Fifth Avenue at East Street, Warren & Wetmore,

Before the Flatiron Building, about 1885 (NYPL)

Broadway and Fifth Avenue before the Flatiron Building came to be, 1885 (NYPL)

Chrysler Building | Chrysler Building (NY) Architecture styl… | Flickr

The Chrysler Building - 405 Lexington Avenue This is the Manhattan real estate equivalent of Mr. Big, which Carrie argues “would be all wrong in a vineyard,” when he tells her he’s moving to Napa.

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The New York Times Building, Paramount Theatre Building, Astor Hotel in The Astor Hotel and Paramount Theatre are no longer with us (since the late

New York, 1918. "Lewisohn Building, 119 W. 40th Street. Maynicke & Franke, architects." Dwarfed by its newer neighbors 101 years after its completion, this 22-story, 325-foot tower still stands. Irving Underhill photo.

Lewisohn Building, 119 W., Manhattan, Dwarfed by its newer neighbors 101 years after its completion, this tower still stands. You can see Bryant Park and the NYC Public Library in the background.

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