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Architecture of New York

06 August 2010

1902 – Flatiron Building, New York

Architect: D.H. Burnham & Company The Flatiron Building, or Fuller Building as it was originally called, is considered to be one of the first skyscrapers ever built. The neighborhood around the building is...

05 January 2012

1903 – Design for Municipal Building, Brooklyn, New York

Architect: Frank H. Quinby One of the 1903 entries for the Brooklyn Municipal Building Competition which was eventually won by Washington Hull, although his winning design was never constructed.

05 January 2012

1903 – Design for Municipal Building, Brooklyn, New York

Architect: Washington Hull In 1903 Borough President J. Edward Swanstrom presided over an architectural competition for the commission of a new municipal building for the rapidly expanding Borough. This winning entry, by Washington...

20 April 2013

1903 – Hanover National Bank, New York

Architect: Rowe & Baker The Hanover Bank Building in the Financial District, began construction in 1901 and demolished in 1931. The Hanover Bank was named for Britain’s King George I of Hanover when...

30 April 2011

1903 – Knickerbocker Trust Co. Building, New York

Architect: McKim, Mead, and White he Knickerbocker Trust Co. building was completed in 1903 at the corner of 34th Street and 5th Avenue. The building was enlarged by ten stories in 1921, and...

05 January 2011

1903 – Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, New York

Architect: John G. Howard & D. Everett Waid Design for a hospital by Howard & Waid, who were only in formal partnership for four years between 1901 and 1904. Howard went on to...

17 August 2010

1903 – New York Stock Exchange Building

Architect: George B. Post In 1901 the New York Stock Exchange invited eight of New York City’s leading architects to join in a competition to design a grand new building. The Exchange chose...

05 January 2012

1903 – Oxley Enos Factory, W 16th St., New York

Architect: Clinton & Russell Oxley Enos Company’s new factory, located at 7th Avenue and 16th Street in New York, designed by architects Clinton and Russell. Still exists today.

05 January 2012

1903 – Design for Municipal Building, Brooklyn, New York

Architect: Wilkinson & McGonigle One of the 1903 entries for the Brooklyn Municipal Building Competition which was eventually won by Washington Hull, although his winning design was never constructed.