Monday, November 14, 2011

The Hotel Belmont

The Hotel Belmont designed by Warren & Wetmore c. 1906 on Park Ave between 41st & 42nd Streets in New York City. Built to service the new Grand Central Station, the hotel was eventually demolished for a tower that was never built (though something else was later).

Photos from Architecture, 1906.


Anonymous said...

Boy....those Belmont's had their hands in sadly, they're only known for the race-track, and that sad, lonely ally of pines on the Southern State.

Kellsboro Jack said...

I must say I think the surviving carriage barn (to the estate Imlagh by James Brown Lord) executed by Warren and Wetmore in Tuxedo Park is just magnificent. From when it was for sale: