|Architectural style||Classical Revival|
Manhattan, New York City, New York
|Height||154 feet (47 m)|
|Design and construction|
The Baudouine Building is a historic building located at 1181-1183 Broadway at the corner of West 28th Street in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. It was built from 1895-96 as an office tower with street level store, replacing a hotel that had previously stood on the site, and was designed by Alfred Zucker in the Classical Revival style.
The building is notable for having a small Greco-Roman temple at the top, called "a little Parnassus in the sky" by chairwoman Sherida E. Paulsen of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission It has extensive decorative motifs including escutcheons of anthemions with lion heads over many windows.
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- Dunlap, David W. "A Future for Madison Square's Past", The New York Times (July 15, 2001)
- Postal, Mathew A.; Presa, Donald G.; et al. "NYCLPC Madison Square North Historic District Designation Report" Archived 2017-02-25 at the Wayback Machine New York Landmarks Preservation Commission (June 26, 2001)
- Media related to Baudouine Building 1181 Broadway at Wikimedia Commons
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