Woolworth Building


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Woolworth Building

in New York City; erected by Frank Woolworth in 1913; tallest building until Empire State Building (1930-1931). [Architecture: NCE, 3004]
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With an expertise in reconstruction and re-purposing properties, CNY is now working on two landmarks in New York City--the Woolworth Building and Tammany Hall.
Inspired by his time with Radcliff, Gilbert went on to design the Minnesota State Capitol, the Woolworth Building, and the United States Supreme Court Building, according to a city narrative.
Chinook Conference Room, Woolworth Building, 940 Willamette St.
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One outstanding shot is a panoramic centerfold of the Manhattan Bridge illuminated at dusk, with the Woolworth Building, Twin Towers, and the rest of Lower Manhattan's pre-2001 skyline as backdrop (pp.
Miller optimistically foresees a transformed 1906 Woolworth Building the 13,000-square-foot facility that has sat vacant for 30 years--becoming a new downtown cultural center by spring 2018.
In the cover image, fans get a first look at Scamander, briefcase in hand, standing inside the entrance of the Magical Congress of the United States of America (or MCUSA), which is the American version of the Ministry of Magic that's housed inside the Woolworth Building in the blockbuster.
In 1913, the 792-foot Woolworth Building, at that time the tallest skyscraper in the world, officially opened in Manhattan as President Woodrow Wilson pressed a button at the White House to signal the lighting of the towering structure.
The world's most famous skyscraper made by Woolworth Building part-owner, Rubin Schron is in the process of rolling into a multi-office building IPO by Malkin Holdings, which expects its partner in the operating company, the Helmsley Estate, to sell its shares to the public, New York Post reports.
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An office building called the Woolworth Building was built on the site.
Other landmarks within a few blocks include City Hall, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Woolworth Building, once the nation's tallest.