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Astoria Hotel

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Identification

Astoria Hotel
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Addition
102507

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Structure in General

high-rise building
demolished [destroyed]

Usages

hotel

Facts

  • The building detailed in this record is an addition. The original Waldorf Hotel (12 floors) was designed by Henry Janeway Hardenbergh and constructed in 1891-1893.
  • The hotel was demolished in October 1929 to make space for the construction of Empire State Building.
  • After the success of the Waldorf Hotel at the Western Cape, William Waldorf Astor and his cousin J. J. Astor IV. decided to construct the Astoria Hotel as an addition to the Waldorf.

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Location

338-350 5th Avenue
1-31 West 33rd Street
2-20 West 34th Street
344-350 5th Avenue, 13-19 West 33rd Street, NW Corner to West 34th Street
10001
Waldorf=Astoria
Midtown South
Manhattan
New York City
New York
U.S.A.

Technical Data

214.01 ft
214.01 ft
214.01 ft
16
1895
1897
1929

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