|This famous skyscraper is 792 feet tall and was completed in 1913 by the owner of the five and dime chain. It was nick-named early the “Cathedral of Commerce”.
|It was a gift from France to a young new America and stands on a small island 15 minutes away from the mainland.
|This huge department store was opened in 1853. Its logo has included a star in one form or another, which comes from a tattoo of its founder.
|It is a complex of 19 commercial buildings covering 22 acres (89,000 m2) between 48th and 51st streets in Manhattan which also has an ice skating rink.
|It’s the world’s largest one located at 112th Street and Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan.
|Known as the Crossroads of the World, it is the heart of New York City, where commerce meets the performing arts, a magnet for both business and tourism.
|Located on the banks of the East River, this international zone is the only section of land in Manhattan that is not part of the United States.
|It spans two and a half miles from 59th Street to 110th Street and half a mile from Fifth Avenue to Eighth Avenue. It’s the green oasis of New York.
|It is known worldwide as the heart of the American theatre industry.
|It is a 0.7 miles, eight-block-long street in Lower Manhattan. Over time, the term has become a metonym for the financial markets of the United States.
|It is considered to be a groundbreaking skyscraper. When it was completed in 1902 it was one of the tallest buildings in the city.
|It is a 103-story skyscraper located in Manhattan which was the world’s tallest building until 1970.
|One of New York City's finest office buildings, it was designed as a tribute to the booming automotive industry.
|Located near Central Park it is the home to an important collection of modern art.