New York Evening Post Building

75 West Street


The Post Building is a 17-story, Art Deco style steel frame and masonry building with abundant terra cotta and Guastavino tile embellishments. The building has setbacks beginning at the seventh floor and a "U" shaped light well. The New York Evening Post previously occupied the Old New York Evening Post Building from 1906 to 1926. It occupied this building, which is now an apartment building, until 1970.

Constructed, 1926
Converted, 1970

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Alexander Hamilton, Established the New York Evening Post in 1801.

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