Another Historic NY City Building Celebrates 100 years


This isn’t a post about Grand Central Terminal. It’s about the New York, Westchester & Boston Railway Administration Building at East 180th Street and Morris Park Avenue in the Bronx, built in 1912. The railroad went out of business in 1937, but its distinctive home serves as the entrance to the East 180th Street station for No. 2 and No. 5 trains.And it received a kind of 100th birthday gift last year: a $66.6 million renovation by New York City Transit.

Full article:
http://cityroom. blogs.nytimes. com/2013/ 01/31/100- years-later- a-railroad- landmark- is-revived/