Pulitzer Building

The Pulitzer Building also known as the New York World Building or just the World Building was built in 1890 and demolished in 1955 due to the space needed for the extention of a car ramp entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge. The building was built at the corner of Park Row and Frankfort Street.

Pulitzer Building
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