ConEdison (1928) by Warren & Wetmore Photos

The Consolidated Gas Building (now ConEdison) (1928) (4 Irving Place) (24 floors) by Warren & Wetmore is off Union Square and features a giant lantern on its tower.

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Tower of ConEdison [aka Consolidated Gas] Building seen from south. New York, NY.Clock tower of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Lantern atop tower of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Lantern atop Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.
Tower of ConEdison [aka Consolidated Gas] Building seen from south. New York, NY.Clock tower of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Lantern atop tower of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Lantern atop Consolidated Gas (now ConEdison) Building. New York, NY.
Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Tower of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Facade of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Windows of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.
Consolidated Gas Building (now ConEdison) (1928) (4 Irving Place) (24 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Warren & Wetmore.Tower of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Facade of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Windows of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.
Columned entrance of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Reliefs on neoclassical elements of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Metal overhang of Consolidated Gas Building with symbols of light. New York, NY.
Columned entrance of Consolidated Gas Building (now ConEdison). New York, NY.Reliefs on neoclassical elements of Consolidated Gas Building. New York, NY.Metal overhang of Consolidated Gas Building with symbols of light. New York, NY.

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