ART
ARCHITECTURE
& HISTORY
in the Public Realm
Grand Central Terminal
Galleries and Art Spaces: Transportation

Architect
Warren & Wetmore
Associate Architect
Reed and Stem
Renovation Architect
Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners LLP
Dates
  • Constructed, 1913
  • Renovation, 1990
Landmark Designations
  • National Register of Historic Places
  • National Historic Landmark
  • New York City Landmark 1967
  • New York City Interior Landmark 1980
Awards
  • Built by Women 2015
 Podcasts
Grand Central Terminal - Thomas Tarangioli
Grand Central Terminal - Other Artworks - Thomas Tarangioli
End of the From Bryant Park to Grand Central Terminal Walking Tour - Thomas Tarangioli
Grand Central Terminal and Midtown - Carol Krinsky
Description
Responding to the changing nature of the Terminal's transportation role, the Master Place, completed in 1990, was based upon a blending of historic preservation and modern needs to build on the strengths of the Terminal's original 1913 architecture.

A number of individual projects in the building were undertaken to show the public how great a restored Grand Central could be, such as the removal of the Kodak sign from the east balcony and the cleaning of a test patch of the sky ceiling. The p...
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Location
89 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
United States

Nearby Items
Carved Elevator Doors115 feet
Mural, E 42nd Street195 feet
Flag of Heroes204 feet
Cornelius Vanderbilt212 feet
Story Corps: StoryBooth232 feet
Untitled Reliefs232 feet
Sky Ceiling241 feet