The masterful work of the Guastavino father and son engineering team can be found in New York City’s most famous buildings and hidden spots. The Guastavinos incorporated their signature tile arch system into dozens of buildings across the five boroughs including iconic landmarks such as Grand Central Terminal, City Hall Station, and the Queensboro Bridge. You can discover stunning Guastavino masterpieces from Ellis Island up to St. Paul’s chapel when you join Untapped New York for a virtual tour of Guastavino’s New York!

Photo by James and Karla Murray

Guided by Untapped New York’s Chief Experience Officer Justin Rivers, virtually travel up the east side of Manhattan to uncover the often hidden-in-plain-sight gems the Guastavinos created. On this virtual tour, guests will learn what made Guastavino’s work so visually and structurally breathtaking while appreciating them through captivating photographs and Justin’s expert knowledge.


This virtual talk on Thursday, January 7th is organized for Untapped New York Insiders. Not an Insider yet? Become a member today and get two months free with code JOINUS, then membership is just $10/month. A video of the tour will also be made available to all our Insiders afterward in the Video Archive section of our website. Already an Insider, register here


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