City Hall Plaque
Plaque mounted on building façade
New York Landmarks Presevation Foundation
NEW YORK CITY
NEW YORK'S THIRD CITY HALL, ONE OF ITS FINEST
ARCHITECTURAL TREASURES, WAS COMPLETED IN 1811.
DESIGNED BY FRENCH-BORN J.F. MANGIN AND NEW YORK NATIVE
JOHN MCCOMB JR.. THE BUILDING COMBINES 18TH-CENTURY
FRENCH AND ENGLISH STYLISTIC TRADITIONS. THE DOMED
INTERIOR ROTUNDA CONTAINS A NOTABLE PARTIALLY
CANTILEVERED DOUBLE STAIRCASE.
NEW YORK LANDMARKS PRESERVATION FOUNDATION
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