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Signs series: New York - Park Avenue plaques

About the series

Historical Background

Park Avenue also known as Fourth Avenue in Manhattan, New York, was home to famous New York architects. In house number 101 also known as the "Architects Building" were the offices of the most famous architects in New York City. The 16-story building was destroyed, and in 1978 they began building the building that still stands today.

The memorial project was done in 1996 in collaboration with the Grand Central Partnership, and describes some of the buildings located in the Grand Central district.

Some of the buildings are French Building , , Lincoln and Mercantile Building , Seagram Building , Chrysler Building , Central Building , Pan Am Building , Daily News Building , Philip Morris Building , Lever House , General Electric Building , Citicorp Building

Gregg LeFevre
The boards were all made by the school teacher and artist Gregg LeFevre, who specializes in creating boards in public places (more than 120 sites across the United States). Another collection of signs by the same artist was made in Union Square

]כת]About the SignsThe rectangular signs, made of bronze, are placed on the ground

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