The Grand Central Hotel - 673 Broadway

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When NYC collapsed: The rise and fall of America’s largest and grandest hotel

In 6sqft - August 2nd, 2018 - Written by Andrew Berman, Greenwich Village Society of Historic Preservation

“In the mid-1970s, New York City was falling apart. Its finances, infrastructure, and social cohesion were, figuratively speaking, crumbling. But in one very tragic case, they were literally crumbling, too. And it all came tumbling down on August 3, 1973, when what was once one of the world’s grandest hotels (which had more recently become known for mayhem of both a musical and criminal sort) collapsed onto Broadway at Bond Street in Greenwich Village. From serving as the scene of one of the time’s most notorious murders to a connection to the National Baseball League, the Grand Central Hotel certainly had a grand history.” … Read more.

 

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