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      IKEA BrooklynJanuary 23
      Furniture / Home
      • Brooklyn, United States

      For 82¢ (inc. Tax) you can enjoy unlimited coffee in the café, with a great view of Manhattan & the Statue of Liberty.

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      The Dead RabbitJanuary 22
      Cocktail
      • New York, United States

      The Dead Rabbit's 3rd floor is currently under construction to create a Whisky Academy. Due to open on 12th February 2015 as part of their Anniversary celebration.

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      Brooklyn BreweryDecember 21, 2014
      Brewery
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Free tour of the Brewery! Why wouldn't you!?! Be sure to take a beer with you; don't worry, it's encouraged. If you're lucky to get Ian as a tour guide, you're winning at life.

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      Jane's CarouselDecember 20, 2014
      Theme Park
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Jane's Carousel was built in 1899 & was original installed at Idora Park, Ohio. The carousel was bought by a Brooklyn couple, who restored it in 2011 for our enjoyment. Only $2 a ride.

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      Gasoline Alley CoffeeOctober 15, 2013
      Coffee Shop
      • New York, United States

      American Express now accepted.

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      Credit SuisseJuly 14, 2013
      Office
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1911 and designed by Architect, Napoleon LeBrun & Sons. Height is 700 ft (213.36 m). Fact; Currently being converted into a New York Edition Hotel.

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      Citigroup CenterJuly 14, 2013
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1977 and designed by Architect, Hugh Stubbins. Height is 915 ft (279 m). Fact; Changes during construction led to a finished product that was structurally unsound.

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      New York by GehryJuly 14, 2013
      Residential
      • New York, United States

      Built in 2010 and designed by Architect, Frank Gehry. Height is 876 ft (267 m). Fact; It’s the 12th tallest residential tower in the world & the 2nd tallest residential building in the W. Hemisphere.

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      Lipstick BuildingJuly 14, 2013
      Office
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1986 and designed by Architect, John Burgee. Height is 453 ft (138 m). Fact; The company that owned the building filed for bankruptcy in 2010 after overpaying for the property.

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      United NationsJuly 14, 2013
      Embassy
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1952 and designed by Architect, Wallace K. Harrison. Height is 155 metres (509 ft). Fact; The site of the United Nations Headquarters has extraterritoriality status.

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      One World Trade CenterJuly 14, 2013
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Estimated early 2014 completion. Designed by Architect, David Childs. Height is 1,792 ft (546.2 m). Fact; One World Trade Center shall be the tallest Skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere.

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      MetLife BuildingJuly 14, 2013
      Office
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1962 and designed by Architect, Emery Roth & Sons. Height is 808 ft (246 m). Fact; This was once the Headquarters of Pan American World Airways.

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      Seagram BuildingJuly 14, 2013
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1958 and designed by Architect, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Height is 516 ft (157 m). Fact; On completion, it was the world’s most expensive Skyscraper.

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      Lever HouseJuly 14, 2013
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1952 and designed by Architect, Gordon Bunshaft. Height is 307 ft (94m). Fact; It was the 2nd curtain wall skyscraper of New York City.

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      Rockefeller CenterJuly 14, 2013
      Plaza
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1933 and designed by Architect, Raymond Hood. Height is 850 ft (260 m). Fact; It was during the construction of this building when the iconic ‘Lunch atop a Skyscraper’ was taken.

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      Empire State BuildingJuly 14, 2013
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1931 and designed by Architect, William F. Lamb. Height is 1,454 ft (443.2 m). Fact; The lights represent seasonal or other events. Follow @EmpireLights.

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      Chrysler BuildingJuly 14, 2013
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1930 and designed by Architect, William Van Alen. Height is 1,046 ft (319 m). Fact; Built from 29961 tons of steel and 3,826,000 bricks.

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      Woolworth BuildingJuly 14, 2013
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1913 and designed by Architect, Cass Gilbert. Height is 792 ft (241 m). Fact; Tallest in the world from 1913-1930.

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      Flatiron BuildingJuly 14, 2013
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Built in 1902 and designed by Architect, Daniel Burnham. Height is 285 ft (87m). Fact; Original called the Fuller Building.

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      Pinto Nouveau Thai BistroFebruary 17, 2013
      Thai
      • New York, United States

      A La Panang. Nuff said!

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