Built in 1902 and designed by Daniel H. Burnham, the Flatiron Building is considered the oldest and possibly, one of the most ... More
Built in 1902 and designed by Daniel H. Burnham, the Flatiron Building is considered the oldest and possibly, one of the most famous skyscrapers in New York City. Instantly recognizable, the building includes a mix of Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles and has a peculiar wedge shape (like that of an old-fashioned flat iron) that has made it a New York favorite. The area's Flatiron District is named after this enduring New York symbol.
Opened in 1901, this clubhouse is located on property donated by business tycoon Commodore J. Pierpont Morgan. The beaux arts
building features a limestone facade with large bay windows resembling sterns of ships. The Model Room is home to ...
Forget the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building , for a true slice of the real, living New
York City, visitors need to check out the New Fulton Fish Market which has recently been relocated. The massive ...
Sitting in all its splendor on Fifth Avenue, the New York Public Library stands guarded by its two famous lions,
Patience and Fortitude. For researchers, the library is a treasure. Its many halls contain millions of volumes, tens of ...