Still one of the most eye-catching architectural styles to this day, Art Deco took 1920-30s America by storm - and New York with it. Luckily for us, many of those iconic buildings are still standing today, preserved in all their Art Deco glory. Here are the five most famous Art Deco buildings you should see during your stay in New York City:
Since World War II, The New Yorker has been putting up soldiers and their families, and supporting foundations like the Blue Star Mothers, the Wounded Warrior Project and the Spirit of ‘45, year after year. Here’s some insight on the hotel’s long history with the men and women who serve our country.
The New York National College Fair is just around the corner and quite close to The New Yorker, a Wyndham Hotel, too. Held every year at the Jacob Javits Center, the NACAC New York National College Fair is one of the largest college fairs in the state, with over 350 participating colleges and universities.
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