Lighting up the New York Central Building, and Happy Holidays from The Harlem Line!
Grand Central Terminal isn’t the only building that lights up for the holidays… the old New York Central Building is another gem to behold. When I featured that building on the site – designed by Grand Central architects Warren and Wetmore – I mentioned the lights, but didn’t include any photos. Constructed to be the corporate offices of the New York Central Railroad in 1929, the railroad sold the building in the 1950s and has gone through several name changes since. However you want to call it – the old New York Central Building, the Helmsley Building, or 230 Park...Read more »