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    Which are the best lobbys in Manhattan?

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    Quote: from emmeka on 2:44 pm on June 12, 2003
    Which are the best lobbys in Manhattan?
    Grand Central Terminal is certainly the greatest

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    Default New Yorks best lobbys

    Woolworth Building
    Daily News Building
    Marriot Marquis


    Is Grand Central considered a lobby? It's a great room, but not a lobby. *As for great rooms, the Emigrant Savings Bank on Chambers takes the cake.

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    I understand Trump Tower has a very famous lobby. *Personally, I really like the huge lobby at the Galleria on 57th street.

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    Chrysler
    Chanin
    1 Wall Street

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    The Film Center at 630 Ninth Avenue is pretty amazing. Small scale, though. 70 Pine Street is beautiful, too.

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    Check out the Daily News Building on 42nd. *It's my favorite (remember the Superman movies?).

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    Why 1251 Avenue of the Americas of course! McGraw-Hill as well as Chase on Pine st are nice. Nothing like the best of International style!

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    Ernst & Young Headquarters tower lobby.
    It is not large but very intense.
    It is the only one in Times Square to bring inside some of the enrgy of the outside, thereby questioning common ideas of threshold and boundery.
    And the entry piece is great.

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    I think the E&Y lobby is good too.
    The geometry of the slot above the entry is wild.

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    There's a large pillar running right through it that I find distressing. *Maybe the architects intended that, I don't know. *I do know that I can stare at those displays on either side of the entry for hours.

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    Can someone post photos of those displays?

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    I always liked the lobby of the New York State Theater at Lincoln Center. *I hope they don't change it too much:



    (http://www.pjar.com/images/portfolio...er_lobby_l.jpg)

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