The Surrogate’s Courthouse is a seven-story Beaux-Arts building located at 31 Chambers Street in the Civic Center district of Manhattan.
C. B. J. Snyder's story could answer the question: why do some New York City schools look like cathedrals and others look like prisons?
Many of New York's grand Beaux-Arts mansions were torn down, but we rounded up ten that you can still admire today.
Most of the opulent buildings by Gilded Age architect Richard Morris Hunt were destroyed, but a handful remain in New York City and Newport.
Built at the end of the Gilded Age, 1014 Fifth Avenue is one of the few remaining mansions from that period in New York City.
Here are ten gorgeous Beaux-Arts buildings in New York City that every architecture fan should see at least once in their life.
Above the grandiose marble atrium of the Surrogate’s Courthouse in Lower Manhattan there hangs a 40-foot by 60-foot skylight. Originally
We joined the LA Conservancy for a walking tour of Historic Downtown and learned about some of LA's most important architectural sites.
An historic travel log of a day in the life of banking magnate John Pierpont Morgan, from his brownstone (now the Morgan Library) to the New York Yacht Club.
In 1931, 6 architects Dressed as their Buildings in NYC including the Waldorf-Astoria, the Chrysler Building, the Squibb Building, and the Wall Street Building.