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Great looking buildings.
City Hall was designed by Valencian architect Rafael Guastavino who was known for his tile work and is unique among the original IRT stations.
Oldest city hall in U.S. still in use as main municipal government building
Today, I was here to meet with Samantha Power, the United States Ambassador to the United Nations.
Yesterday, I was here to announce that even though NYC is safer than ever, an increasing number of guns used to commit crimes are coming from out-of-state:
Today, I was here to congratulate Arvind Mahankali, the pride of Bayside, NY, for winning the 2013 Scripps National Spelling Bee:
Today, I was here to launch the NYC Build It Back program to help New Yorkers cover and rebuild from Hurricane Sandy:
Did you know City Hall tours are free on weekdays? Visit http://www.nyc.gov/html/artcom/html/tours/reserve_tour.shtml
a beautiful building, with a nice park in front.
City Hall was constructed from 1803-1812 and is a designated New York City landmark, and its rotunda is a designated interior landmark.
Today, I was here to accept a flag from the Department of Defense in honor of Vietnam War veterans and NYC’s participation in the Vietnam War 50th Anniversary Commemoration Commission.
Many distinguished guests have visited the Governor's Room in City Hall, including President-elect Abraham Lincoln in 1861, and then served as the backdrop for his coffin in 1865.
Today, I was here to present NYC's Fiscal Year 2014 Preliminary Budget:
The mayor of NY has serious influence. But the King of New York? Melo has secured that title. His childhood friend tells you why:
Visit the Stunning NYC Subway Station Hidden in Plain Sight.
Did you know that NYC's City Hall is one of the oldest continuously used City Halls in the nation that still houses its original governmental functions?
Restaurant city bar
Never a shortage of photographers waiting outside to take your newly wed portraits!
The three-story, Federal-style building houses the mayor‚'s office and the city council chambers, as well as a collection of historic portraits, furnishings and artifacts.
You can still check out the old, abandoned City Hall station below on the local 6 line:
On 7/17/12, I was here to sign a cooperative management agreement for Jamaica Bay:
As part of his 13-stop funeral tour Abraham Lincoln was laid in state in the rotunda at City Hall in April 1865
City Hall of NYC is one of the oldest city halls in America that is still used for its original governmental function. Learn more about NYC history at the Museum of American Finance at 48 Wall St.
The City Hall Subway Station, one of the most gorgeous gems in the world of transit, has been closed for decades. Now it can be viewed again by in-the-know riders of the 6 train. http://bit.ly/MxdAUu
Bring some water, it gets hot protesting on the steps of city hall.
On 5/16/12, I was here to announce that the 2013 MLB All-Star Game will be held at Citi Field:
On 5/3/12, I was here to present the Fiscal Year 2013 Executive Budget:
On 5/1/12, I was here to visit with His Excellency Michael Higgins, President of Ireland.
sit by the fountain
5/31/12: Join Queens Library as we rally on the steps of City Hall at 10 a.m. to protest NYC's proposed 31% cuts to our funding. http://www.savequeenslibrary.org/
On 4/25/12, I was here to veto the prevailing wage bill and discuss job creation and wage mandates:
On 4/19/12, I was here to congratulate the national high school chess champions from I.S. 318 Eugenio Mara de Hostos.
US National History landmark - the building's Governor's Room hosted President-elect Abraham Lincoln in 1861. Get your wonk on at http://NBCPolitics.com
On 9/14/10, I swore in NYC's second-ever Civic Corps here. The Civic Corps is a specially trained group of AmeriCorps members helping New Yorkers in need. Learn more:
On 8/26/11, I held a briefing here to update New Yorkers on preparations for Hurricane Irene. Watch:
I hosted the celebration ceremony for the Super Bowl champion New York Giants here at City Hall! See more photos and video from the celebration on 2/7/12 here:
I joined NYC's Chief Digital Officer Rachel Sterne on 5/16/11 to unveil the Road Map for the Digital City - a plan to make NYC the nation's leading digital city. Watch video here:
I met with General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, here on 11/9/11.
On 9/19/11, I welcomed Medal of Honor Recipient US Marine Corps Sgt. Dakota Meyer to NYC. His courage inspires us all.
On 7/14/11, I met with Medal of Honor recipient Army Sgt. 1st Class Leroy A. Petry - a hero always welcome in NYC.
i like city hall
On 1/26/12, I met w/ Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley to discuss marriage equality:
On 2/2/12, I presented the FY 2013 preliminary budget with no tax increases and no layoffs of teachers or uniformed workers: http://bit.ly/yDaLbZ
Don't feed the angry birds!!
Congrats to the Giants! That other team shouldn't fret as their biggest fan Gisele still wins a best hair award from us.