7. The Yale Club of New York, 50 Vanderbilt Ave.

On the northwest corner of Vanderbilt Avenue and East 44th Street, you can find the Yale Club of New York, a neo-classical edifice designed for the Yale community. Also located on the “Terminal City” development, the Yale Club complements the Beaux-Art style of the nearby train station and the surrounding buildings.

It was built by James Gamble Roger, who graduated from Yale College in 1889. (He was also the mastermind behind some of the buildings that comprise Columbia, New York University and Northwestern). See photos of the interior of the Yale Club here.