In the heart of midtown, the Art Deco Daily News Building was once the center of the news world, housing newspapers as well as TV and radio stations.
This week, the downtown doodler sketched an archidoodle of the Art Deco brass door of the midtown New Yorker Hotel.
Wyndham's New Yorker Hotel in midtown New York City went from being a celebrity hotspot to church housing, and is now a destination for "business travelers."
The American International Building (AIG) at 70 Pine Street downtown was built in the Great Depression and was once the tallest building downtown.
This week’s archidoodle is a “remix” of the French Building illustration created by the Downtown Doodler in November.
Situated on an oddly shaped block along the curve of William Street, 20 Exchange Place, is in the heart of the
The 42-story skyscraper at 17 State Street in the Financial District of NYC was designed by Emery Roth & Sons, one of the oldest architecture firms in the US
This ArchiDoodle includes nine different patterns echoing all the different sized arches found in the ornate lobby of the French Building in Midtown Manhattan.
This week's archidoodle is a "remix" of the Trinity Church illustration which the Downtown Doodler created in September using watercolors.
This week's Downtown Doodler archidoodle features the beautiful ornamentation of the American Radiator Building by Raymond Hood at Bryant Park