City hall new York

The City Hall was moved from the intersection of Nassau and Wall Street to a new building between Broadway and Park Row in 1811. The facade of the building is built mainly in the Neo-Renaissance style; the interiors are American Georgian style with rich marble decorations and Corinthian columns. The building adjoins to a small park of the 17th century. The City Hall is still functioning as a residence administration of New York, so the access inside the building remains limited.
Address: 260 E Broadway, New York
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