The 19-story Plaza Hotel was considered a skyscraper when it was built in 1907. The Plaza, which is located at the southeast corner of Central Park in midtown Manhattan, was named a New York City Landmark in 1969, and is the only New York City hotel to be designated as a National Historic Landmark. | Architectural Digest
The Flatiron Building was constructed between 1901 and 1903 at the intersection of Broadway and Fifth Avenue, at the time one of the most prominent locations in New York City. It is situated near Madison Square at the end of the Ladies' Mile, one of Manhattan's most important shopping districts.
Guggenheim Museum, NYC This museum near Central Park is home to an important collection of modern art. The collection is housed in a unique building designed by the renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Trinity Church in downtown Manhattan is located at the intersection of two of the city’s most famous thoroughfares, Broadway and Wall Street. The Gothic Revival structure was completed in 1846 and, at 281 feet tall, was New York’s tallest building at the time. After the attacks on September 11, 2001, the church stood strong, even while modern buildings around it crumbled.