MetLife & Helmsley Buildings, New York Photos

The MetLife Building (1963) (59 floors) by Pietro Belluschi, Emery Roth & Sons plus Walter Gropius and the Helmsley (former New York Central) Building (1929) by Warren & Wetmore both on Park Avenue have historical connections with Grand Central Station.

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MetLife building over Grand Central Terminal & Park Ave. New York, NY.MetLife Building. New York, NY.MetLife & Helmsley Buildings over Park Ave. New York, NY.MetLife & Helmsley Buildings. New York, NY.
MetLife (former PanAm) building over Grand Central Terminal & Park Ave. New York, NY.MetLife Building (1963) (200 Park Ave.) (59 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Pietro Belluschi, Emery Roth & Sons, Walter Gropius.MetLife & Helmsley Buildings over Park Ave. New York, NY.MetLife & Helmsley Buildings. New York, NY.
New York Central Building. New York, NY.Clock on New York Central Building. New York, NY.Buffalo on facade of New York Central Building. New York, NY.Curved facade with sculpted buffalo heads on New York Central Building. New York, NY.
New York Central Building (now Helmsley Building) (1929) (230 Park Ave.). New York, NY. Architect: Warren & Wetmore.Clock on New York Central Building (now Helmsley Building). New York, NY.Buffalo on facade of New York Central Building (now Helmsley Building). New York, NY.Curved facade with sculpted buffalo heads on New York Central Building (now Helmsley Building). New York, NY.
Portal of New York Central Building. New York, NY.


Portal of New York Central Building (now Helmsley Building). New York, NY.



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