CHRYSLER BUILDING
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Considered one of the most recognizable structures in New York City, the Chrysler Building, designed by architect William van Alen, is an iconic example of art deco architecture. Commissioned by the founder of the Chrysler Corporation, many of its architectural ornamentations were modeled after automobile products. Declared a national landmark in 1976, this Manhattan monument remains the world’s tallest steel-supported brick structure and is renowned for its terraced crown and triangular vaulted windows.

DISTRICT
Midtown
ADDRESS
PHONE
+12126823070
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
7 to Grand Central Station
4, 5, 6, S to Grand Central–42nd Street

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