No city’s skyline is as fantastic or emblematic as the one that adorns New York City. Home to over 6000 skyscrapers, this city is the most populous in the country.
With so much historic value, every building tells its own story.
The beauty of the concrete jungle is one compared to a real one, with so man architectural jewels, New York’s beauty is not just limited to its skyscrapers.
Here is a list of the most beautiful buildings for you to admire while you circle NYC:
1. Flatiron Building
This architectural wonder is one of the most important and astonishing buildings in New York City. Built in 1902 by Daniel Burnham, it was said to fall at any given time! But The Flatiron is still standing tall for over a century. The triangular structure has been loved and adored by many a photographers, artists and now, Instagram users.
2. Grand Central Terminal
Haven’t you seen this particular train station in so many movies!? Grand Central Terminal is not just a train station, its a place where you can shop and eat as well! Opened to the crowd in February 1913, this jewel has a cathedral-like environment and even if you’re huffing and puffing from running late, you will take a moment to admire its beauty. And if you’re visiting here or catching your next train, be sure to check out the Main Concourse Information Booth Clock. Its the massive opal faced golden clock, you can’t miss it!
3. The Gingerbread House
The Gingerbread House is everything you imagined while reading Hansel & Gretel as a child. Except, its made of stone. This house was made by James Sarsfield Kennedy with medieval times interiors that include a stone fireplace, stained glass windows and intricately carved woodwork. The Gingerbread House is on the market for $11 Million!