|Architect, Henry J. Hardenbergh's rendering of the original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel,|
razed in 1929 to make way for the Empire State Building.
|The R.J. Reynolds Building,|
Winston-Salem NC., by
Shreve, Lamb, and Harmon.
|It's red and green, must be Christmas|
|Like the giant ape, Americans have fallen in love with the Empire State Building, rating it number one in the list of their favorite American architectural landmarks.|
|Few buildings in the world can match |
the restrained visual impact of America's
number one skyscraper. Even its lobby
seems to glow.
|The New York City Skyline from the 102nd floor observation deck--One of the|
few building in the world where more photo have been taken from it than of it.