Upon its debut in 1952, 21-story Lever House was at the height of the cutting-edge. The UN Secretariat Building was the only other...
With its striking triangular roof and candy-like striped facade, Hugh Stubbins' 59-story Citigroup Center signaled a shift from the...
24 Hour Fitness
Work up a sweat at this smart, well-equipped chain, which includes top-of-the-range cardio equipment, weights, classes (including...
St Bartholomew’s Church
Several performance series have found an extraordinary home at this landmark Anglican church, where the fine acoustics add a special...
Fresh, toothsome bagels have made this kosher deli a veritable institution. Tell the bagel monger your preference of bagel, then choose...
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Seagram Building information
A textbook regular, the 38-floor Seagram Building is one of the world's finest examples of the international style. Its lead architect, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, was recommended for the project by Arthur Drexler, then-curator of architecture at MoMA. With its low podium, colonnade-like pillars and bronze cladding, Mies cleverly references classical Greek influences.