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Architectural Photography New York Classical Architecture New York Architecture, Vintage Architecture, Minimalist Architecture, Green Architecture, Classic Architecture, Historical Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Architecture Design

New York City Is Dirty and Crowded. This Photographer Makes All That Go Away

One of the world's most iconic cities gets a makeover.

An poster sized print, approx (other products available) - A fabulous postcard view of the City Investing Building, New York, New York, USA - erected in and razed (sadly) in Date: - Image supplied by Mary Evans Prints Online - Poster printed in the USA New York Architecture, Architecture Images, Historical Architecture, New York City Buildings, New York City Map, New York Photos, Old Photos, Memes Arte, Poster City

New York Architecture Images- City Investing Tower

New York Architecture Images- City Investing Tower

The Gilded Age Era: The Last Vanderbilt Stronghold, 640 Fifth Avenue, The Home of Mrs. Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Places, Old Houses, Vanderbilt Houses, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Gloria Vanderbilt, American Mansions, Saltbox Houses, Indian Architecture

The Last Vanderbilt Stronghold, 640 Fifth Avenue, The Home of Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt

Upon William Henry Vanderbilt's death, he left his side of the Vanderbilt triple palace in New York City, which he had built for him and his daughters, to his youngest son George Vanderbilt. Upon George Vanderbilt's death it was to pass to George's eldest son, if he had a son. George Vanderbilt died without a son, so the Vanderbilt mansion at 640 Fifth Avenue, along with $1 million, passed to the eldest son of the eldest son of William Henry Vanderbilt, Cornelius Vanderbilt III and his wife…

New York Architecture Images- Singer Building Big Building, Banks Building, New York Architecture, Architecture Images, New York City Buildings, Old Buildings, Lower Manhattan, New York Public Library, Roman Empire

49 beautiful New York City buildings that no longer exist

Feats of architecture that were demolished in the name of progress.

The Equitable Life Building was built in 1870 in lower Manhattan. In 1912 it was destroyed by a fire. New York City Buildings, New York Architecture, Victorian Architecture, Lake George Village, City College, New York Photos, Vintage New York, Lower Manhattan, Ideas

49 beautiful New York City buildings that no longer exist

Feats of architecture that were demolished in the name of progress.

Demolished New York Buildings - Business Insider: Astor House, which opened in 1836 in lower Manhattan was considered to be the finest hotel in America and counted Abraham Lincoln among its guests. It was demolished in stages between 1913 and New York City Buildings, New York City Map, Old Buildings, New York Architecture, Historical Architecture, Architect Drawing, Big Building, New York Hotels, New York City

49 beautiful New York City buildings that no longer exist

Feats of architecture that were demolished in the name of progress.

The Central Park Casino was a high-end restaurant and nightclub in the late It was knocked down by parks commissioner Robert Moses in Spite House, The Bronx New York, New York City Buildings, New York Architecture, Victorian Architecture, Vintage New York, Lower Manhattan, Famous Landmarks, New York City

49 beautiful New York City buildings that no longer exist

Feats of architecture that were demolished in the name of progress.

The Samuel Osgood House was the first presidential mansion, where George Washington lived for two years when New York was the nation's capital. It was demolished in George Washington, New York City Buildings, Franklin Homes, New York Architecture, Victorian Architecture, Presidential History, Big Building, City College, Brooklyn Heights

49 beautiful New York City buildings that no longer exist

Feats of architecture that were demolished in the name of progress.

New York City, Built in 1882 "Triple Palace" Given to the daughters of William Henry Vanderbilt, son of Cornelius Vanderbilt. These buildings took up the entire block between and Street on Avenue. Biltmore Estate, Vanderbilt Houses, Photo New York, New York City Buildings, New York Architecture, Victorian Architecture, Historical Architecture, Big Building, Houses

49 beautiful New York City buildings that no longer exist

Feats of architecture that were demolished in the name of progress.

The impressive Church of the Disciples, located on Street and Madison Avenue, did not make it into the century. It was built in but was demolished soon after, in New York City Buildings, Old Buildings, New York Architecture, Victorian Architecture, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn Bridge, Big Building, City College, New York City

49 beautiful New York City buildings that no longer exist

Feats of architecture that were demolished in the name of progress.

The John Wolfe Building was built in 1895 in the Financial District. It was demolished in 1974 to widen the street. New York City Manhattan, Lower Manhattan, New York City Buildings, New York Architecture, Victorian Architecture, Lake George Village, City College, Brooklyn Heights, New York City

49 beautiful New York City buildings that no longer exist

Feats of architecture that were demolished in the name of progress.