Friday, June 13, 2008

Broadway's Beautiful Boys

Are we in Rome? Ancient Greece? No, it's Lower Broadway and the Beautiful Boys of the insurance company. I forget the exact address, but across from NYU and just down from Astor Place, these strapping Greco-Roman looking youths keep a close watch on Broadway from their 10th floor perch. The street level address is an insurance company, but something tells me this grand architecture was created by an early railroad or banking tycoon intent on leaving his firm stamp on the Village. Well done!


Hilda said...

It's lovely! I sure hope no one decides to tear this building down!

And about "Your penchant for red persists"— I know, and it's weird because I'm really not crazy about red at all!

Fan Boy said...

I wish I could live in NYC. I love the history, sites, architecture, <a href="”>Broadway shows</a><br>, museums. It's must be like living in a fantasy.

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