“Mad Views”, Daily News, 2/6/09

“Mad Views”, Daily News, 2/6/09

February 6, 2009

“Long before Times Square became the center of the universe, New York City’s crossroads were at Madison Square Park. Connecting downtown to uptown, heavy industrial corridors to residential streets, and blessed with the city’s finest Queen Anne and Beaux-Arts architecture, the area around 23rd St. where Broadway meets Fifth Avenue drew top architects, entertainers and the social elite from the 1880s to the 1920s.

More than 100 years later, this neighborhood has become an architectural spectacle, with residential skyscrapers, fine dining and office building conversions bringing weathered structures back to life…”

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