One Hundred Years of the New York City Skyline

New York is a city in a constant state of rebuilding itself.  The Manhattan skyline has constantly pierced new heights, especially during the last century, defining what a metropolis could be.  

The 1920's brought the Woolworth Buildng and the Met Life Tower.  The 1940's saw the Art Deco ascension of the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings.  The 1960's saw the Modern developments of the United Nations and the Pan Am Building.  The 1980s saw the rise of the monolithic Twin Towers, while the 2000's brought about the construction of One Worldwide Plaza.  

By 2020, the face of the skyline will have changed again, with the mega-towers in NYC changing the landscape again.  From One World Trade to One Manhattan Square to Hudson Yards to Central Park tower and 432 Park Avenue, Liberty Cruises tracks the heights of this great city.