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1 Wall St., NY,NY  Subtle and weird composition, interestingly mixed yet unnervingly even interior &  exterior.

1 Wall Street, New York art deco gold (photo by colros)iv spent time there as limo driver beautiful

Woolworth Building, NY

The Woolworth Building, at 233 Broadway, Manhattan, New York City, designed by architect Cass Gilbert and completed in is an early US skyscraper.

renovated woolworth building

renovated woolworth building

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Caproni over the Woolworth building, New York City (CNP)

Woolworth Building Under Construction, July 1, 1912

Woolworth Building Under Construction, July 1, 1912

A view of the Woolworth Building, then the world's tallest building, being completed in 1913 New York City

Building the Big Apple: Historic images show construction of New York's most famous skyscrapers

15 NYC Locales That Have Stood The Test Of Time | 15 NYC Locales That Have Stood The Test Of Time

15 NYC Locales That Have Stood The Test Of Time

Every historic locale has a passion and story behind it. It’s a similar heritage of passion and devotion that inspires Porsche to design the world’s most iconic sports cars. Every detail of the Porsch

Woolworth Building  Height: 792 feet (241 meters)  Original owners: Frank W. Woolworth and the Irving Trust Company  Architect: Cass Gilbert  Engineer: Gunvald Aus Company  Constructed 1910, opened April 24, 1913

Woolworth Building Height: 792 feet meters) Original owners: Frank W. Woolworth and the Irving Trust Company Architect: Cass Gilbert Engineer: Gunvald Aus Company Constructed opened April 1913

myreveries:The Niagara Mohawk Building in Syracuse, New York

myreveries:The Niagara Mohawk Building in Syracuse, New York

Vacant Art Deco building, Tuscon, Arizona  Comment from the photographer:  …was about 108 degrees ( F ) when I took this photo - downtown was deserted — felt like I’d wandered into the twilight zone….. loved that feeling.  … located at 221 E Sixth St   This building is on the National Register of Historic Buildings … is currently empty …very enigmatic … very hard to find information about …

Vacant Art Deco building, Tuscon, Arizona Photo by Comment from the photographer: “ …was about 108 degrees ( F ) when I took this photo - downtown was deserted – felt like I’d wandered into the twilight zone…. loved that feeling.

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