11. Grand Central Terminal

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - Grand Central Terminal
Exterior of the building – Grand Central Terminal

Year: 1913
Type: Utility
Architect: Reed and Stem; Warren and Wetmore

12. Famous Buildings in New York: Trinity Church

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - Trinity Church
Front view from wall street – Trinity Church

Year: 1846
Type: Church
Architect: Richard Upjohn

13. 30 Rockefeller Plaza (Comcast/GE Building)

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - 30 Rockefeller Plaza (Comcast/GE Building)
View of Exterior- 30 Rockefeller Plaza (Comcast/GE Building)

Year: 1933
Type: Offices and television studios (NBC)
Architect: Raymond Hood

14. The New York Public Library (NYPL)

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - The New York Public Library (NYPL)
Main branch exterior view – The New York Public Library (NYPL)

Year: 1911
Type: Library
Architect: Carrere & Hastings

15. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
East side view – Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Year: 1952
Type: Art Museum
Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright

16. World Trade Center Transportation Hub

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - World Trade Center Transportation Hub
Interior view of hub – World Trade Center Transportation Hub

Year: 2016
Type: Transportation
Architect: Santiago Calatrava

17. Seagram Building

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - Seagram Building
Perspective view of a tower – Seagram Building

Year: 1958
Type: Office
Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Philp Johnson

18. Hearst Tower, New York

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - Hearst Tower, New York
Perspective view of the structure – Hearst Tower

Year: 2006
Type: Office
Location: 300 West 57th Street, Manhattan, New York

19. Radio City Music Hall

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - Radio City Music Hall
Night view – Radio City Music Hall

Year: 1932
Type: Indoor Theatre
Architect: Edward Durell Stone, Donald Deskey (Interior)

20. Headquarters of the United Nations

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - Headquarters of the United Nations
View from First Avenue – United Nation Headquarter

Year: 1932
Type: Office Building
Architect: Headed by Wallace K. Harrison, an overall composition by Le Corbusier

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