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Get Up Close to an Art Deco Icon at NYC's Chrysler Building

One of the most famous and beloved skyscrapers in a city renowned for them, the Chrysler Building has been a landmark of the NYC skyline for decades. Built in 1930, the Chrysler Building is one of the world's most iconic art deco skyscrapers, with intricate details inside and out.


Located on Lexington Avenue, a 10-minute walk from the hotel, the Chrysler Building is more than just a skyscraper with office space. Visit to see the detailed inlays, lamps, and art deco accents in the lobby or zoom in on the gargoyles and steel eagles perched on the Chrysler Building's higher floors. Experience the legendary skyscraper up close - the Chrysler Building is just minutes from the hotel and steps from Grand Central Terminal.

The Chrysler Building



  • Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.


  • Free

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  • Regus
  • Northstar Group
  • Newbridge Securities
  • Weizmann Global Endowment Management Trust
  • Creative Artists Agency (CAA)
  • YES Network
  • InterMedia Partners
  • InCapital Holdings
  • AMA Capital Partners


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  • Art Deco Architecture





  • Can I go inside or tour the Chrysler Building?

    Unfortunately, the observation deck of the Chrysler Building is no longer open to visitors or the public, closing in 1945. Tours of the Chrysler Building's interior are not available, as the skyscraper is leased to private companies as office space. Visitors are invited to admire the Chrysler Building's architecture and art deco design up close in the lobby, which is open to the public on weekdays.
  • Why is the Chrysler Building famous?

    Considered to be the foremost example of art deco-style architecture, the Chrysler Building is world-renowned for its design. At the time it was built in 1930, the Chrysler Building was the tallest in the world and the first man-made structure to rise above 1,000 feet at 1,046 feet, including the spire. The designation was short-lived as the Empire State Building surpassed the skyscraper in height in 1931. In addition to its groundbreaking art deco design, the Chrysler Building remains the tallest steel-supported brick building in the world.

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