31. Famous Buildings in New York: Brooklyn Museum

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - Brooklyn Museum
View of the museum at night –  Brooklyn Museum

Year: 1895
Type: Art Museum
Architect: McKim, Mead & White; French, Daniel Chester

32. The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower
Upper section view of the tower  – The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower

Year: 1909
Type: Hotel
Architect: Napoleon LeBrun & Sons

33. 432 Park Avenue

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - 432 Park Avenue
Exterior shot  of the tower- 432 Park Avenue

Year: 2014
Type: Residence
Architect: Rafael Viñoly and SLCE Architects, LLP

34. Regis New York

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - Regis New York
View from 5th avenue – St.Regis-Sheraton Hotel

Year: 1904; 1927 (Expansion)
Type: Hotel
Architect: Trowbridge & Livingston (original building), Sloan & Robertson (1927 expansion)

35. One57

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - One57
View from the columbus circle – One57

Year: 2014
Type: Residential condominiums and hotel
Architect: Christian de Portzamparc

36. Famous Buildings in New York: Trump Tower

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - Trump Tower
View from the fifth avenue – Trump Tower

Year: 1983
Type: Retail, office, and residential
Architect: Der Scutt

37. Famous Buildings in New York: Yankee Stadium

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - Yankee Stadium
An aerial view of the stadium – Yankee Stadium

38. Famous Buildings in New York: 8 Spruce Street

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - 8 Spruce Street
Tower on a sunny midday – 8 Spruce Street

Year: 2010
Type: Mixed-use
Architect: Frank Gehry

39. The Bank of America Tower (BOAT)

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - The Bank of America Tower (BOAT)
The tower  from street level – The Bank of America Tower (BOAT)

Year: 2009
Type: Commercial Offices
Architect: COOKFOX Architects, Adamson Associates Architects

40. American Museum of Natural History

60 Most Famous Buildings in New York - American Museum of Natural History
Looking at the east entrance from Central Park West –  American Museum of Natural History

Year: 1869
Type: Natural History
Architect: COOKFOX Architects, Adamson Associates Architects

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