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The MetLife Building is a skyscraper located at 200 Park Avenue at East 45th Street above Grand Central Terminal in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Built in 1958–63 as the Pan Am Building, then headquarters of Pan American World Airways, it was designed by Emery Roth & Sons, Pietro Belluschi and Walter Gropius in the International style, and is one of the fifty tallest buildings in the United States.
Park Avenue. NYC, 1964......EVEN BACK THIS FAR----LOOK AT THE HUSTLE-BUSTLE----WONDER IF THERE WAS EVER A TIME NEW YORK CITY WASN'T ASTIR???.........ccp
Park Avenue. NYC, 1964. #nyc #newyork #parkavenue
Park Avenue & the Pan Am Building I had to pin this pic because when I worked there it was called the Pan Am building -- Foote Cone and Belding advertising agency--My first Job in NYC. Over the years I have worked in 6 Different locations in NYC all in the mid town area. My favorite were the ones that had great views --the Pan Am Building, 1501 Broadway, right in time square and 277 Park avenue on the 27th floor. :)
Park Avenue. NYC, 1964.. favorite tv show as a child, Green acres. It was the place to be... !!!
"The Prado" at Balboa Park ~ San Diego, California • en.wikipedia.org/...
Yokohama Amusement Park - Yokohama, Japan
Repinned: New York State of Mind #DestinationSummer #Kohls
You can see the grid pattern on the Island that makes getting around Manhattan much easier -- above 14th St., that is!
upper east side, new york city
New York City. I've been there once, but I HAVE to go back. I was only there for a day, so I don't feel like it really counts.
New York City / photo by Cameron Marsicek
Busy traffic in New York City Manhattan with Brooklyn Bridge across Hudson River at sunset. | Songquan Deng via Flickr
NYC. Aerial view of Lower Manhattan looking South // by Tony Shi via Flickr
NYC / photo by Brian Woodward
New York City view of Central Park.
If lotto is involved, I will NEVER come anywhere NY ever again. What a nightmare to have to live in this state. Like communist China. I'd even pay to get my family out.