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Huntington-Hartford Building, New York

Huntington-Hartford Building - New York, New York
Huntington-Hartford Building
2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019Map
+1 212 484 1222 (Tourist Information)
Neighborhood: Upper West Side
Overview

The Huntington-Hartford Building was designed by Edward Durrell in stone and is regarded as a controversial landmark by all because of its looks. Many want it pulled down, many want it redesigned, others are fighting to hold onto the legacy of the Huntington-Hartford's. It lies very close to the Trump Towers. The building also holds a vast collection of the Huntington-Hardford paintings in a museum. The building was erected in 1964 and has a white marble facade, 'lollipop' columns and portholes that make its design very ugly indeed. It is now home to the Museum of Arts and Design.

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Huntington-Hartford Building General Information
  • Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
  • Type: Attractions & Landmarks
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