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Pan Am Building. MetLife Building. Grand Central City.
view of Park Avenue with Grand Central Terminal and Helmsley Building (Warren & Wetmore, 1929) in foreground, ca.1969
Work Type
architecture (object genre)
New York, New York, United States
International Style (modern European architecture style)
height: 246 meter (808 feet)
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Gift of Edmund Norwood Bacon
Associated Agent
Bacon, Edmund Norwood (American urban planner, 1910-2005)
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