Tuesday, May 26, 2015

New York City Landmarks

The Brooklyn Bridge

The Statue of Liberty (Liberty Island)
Yes, you must visit the Statue if you choose this subject.
No, you don't have to visit the crown.

The Empire State Building (34th street and 5th Avenue)
You are NOT required to visit the observation deck.

The Chrysler Building (42nd Street and Lexington Avenue)

Rockefeller Center (5th Avenue and 51st Street to 48th Street)
You do NOT have to visit the observation floor.

Saint Patrick's Cathedral (5th Avenue and 51st Street)

Cathedral of Saint John the Divine (Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street)

Trinity Church (Wall Street and Broadway)

Federal Hall Memorial (Wall Street and Nassau Street)

Grand Central Station (Park Avenue and 42nd Street)

The Guggenheim Museum (5th Avenue and 81st Street)

The Seagram Building (Park Avenue and 52nd Street)

The Woolworth Building (Broadway at Barclay Street)
This building is no longer open to the public; however, you can take a tour of the first floor lobby (The tour is optional for this paper).

The United Nations (1st Avenue at 43rd Street)
I want a paper on the BUILDINGS, not the institution.
The UN campus is not open to the public, but you can take a guided tour.

McGraw Hill Building (330 42nd Street)

Lever House (390 Park Avenue)

General Electric Building  (570 Lexington Avenue)

The Flatiron Building (175 5th Avenue at 23rd Street)

ATT (Sony) Building (550 Madison Avenue)

#1 World Trade Center
You are NOT required to visit the observation floors.

World Trade Center Transportation Hub (World Trade Center on Church Street)
This is now completed and fully open.

The National September 11th 2001 Memorial (World Trade Center)
I want a paper on the memorial and its design, NOT on the events of September 11th.

#8 Spruce Street

New York Times Building (8th Avenue between 40th and 41st Streets)

The Daily News Building (220 East 42nd Street)

Bayard-Condict Building (65 Bleecker Street)

Islamic Cultural Center of New York, (1711 Third Avenue)

Cooper Union New Academic Building, 41 Cooper Square (Third Avenue and East 7th Street)