New Orleans CBD - Lee Circle and Robert E. Lee Monument. The monument, a 60-foot marble doric column, topped by a 12-foot state of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, sits in the center of Lee Circle, near the Pontchartrain Expressway. The 250-foot diameter circular plot of land, encircled by St. Charles Avenue in its 900 and 1000 blocks, was named after Robert E. Lee by the New Orleans City Council in 1877. Dedicated on February 23, 1884.
DOGNY - "Setting the Pace" by artist Mike Neville, is on permanent display in front of One Pace Plaza, outside the entrance of Pace University's Manhattan campus, and is painted with the school's colors.