Manhattan Windows
Manhattanites are faced by millions of square feet of glass. Millions of eyes peek through them. The windows of Manhattan are a life sustaining membrane for a city permanently being hard at life, work, and play.
4th Ave and Union Square, seen from Astor Place
Wanamaker Building on Astor Place
World Trade Center construction site - Freedom Tower seen from Jersey City
Riverside Park Community Apartments, Manhattanville, West Harlem
The Corinthian
Astor Place / Cooper Union subway entrance kiosk, the Sculpture for Living Building mirrors the Wanamaker Building
WR Grace Building on 42nd St at Bryant Park
Socony-Mobil Building on 3rd Ave
Spencer Finch's "The River That Flows Both Ways" on the Highline
United Nations Secretariat Building, Murray Hill
Windows, water towers and Madison Square Garden, seen from 42nd St
The new World Trade Center and the Woolworth Building - completed in 2013 and 1913.
Old vs. new on W47th St
Heyden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History
Manhattan Windows
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Manhattanites are faced by millions of square feet of glass. Millions of eyes peek through them. The windows of Manhattan are a life sustaining m Read More
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