Salvation Army Headquarters Landmarked
The Salvation Army National and Territorial Headquarters in Manhattan’s Midtown South neighborhood has become New York City’s latest landmark building.
“This is an important designation, which recognizes the architectural significance of this Art Deco style complex and the cultural significance of the organization in New York and the nation,” said Meenakshi Srinivasan, chair of the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Architect Ralph Walker designed a simple but striking Art Deco brick and cast-stone complex of three buildings at 120-130 W. 14th St., including an 11-story office building, dedicated in 1930.
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