General Electric Building NYC
570 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan, NYC, USA
Built in 1931
RCA Victor started the project but General Electric finished it.
One of NYC’s most beautiful skyscrapers

50 floors

640 ft / 200 m 





The crown of the building is intended to represent electricity and radio waves.

Gothic Tracery Style imitating the stonework that support the glass in a Gothic window.



A classic Art Deco visual statement of suggested power through elaborate Art Deco decoration with lightening bolts showing the power of electricity.



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