Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Interiors 
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, ground floor interior.
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Full Address: 301 Park Avenue, New York, NY.
Alternative Address: 101-121 East 49th Street, 100-120 East 50th Street, 538-556 Lexington Avenue, NY.
Year Built: 1929-31
Year Designated: 2017
Year Published: 2017
Architect: Schultze & Weaver
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Notes: demolished, 1929
Architectural Styles:
   Art Deco
   Classical
   Modern

Files:
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Subjects:
   New York Buildings
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan Midtown