The organization behind New York City’s Tammany Hall was once infamous for political corruption. But the former Tammany headquarters building has been reborn as modern, mixed-use commercial space. Although two historically recognized facades were preserved, the rest of the original structure was replaced, expanded vertically, and reimagined with a glazed grid shell dome crowning the project.
Tammany Hall was once notorious for political patronage and corruption, symbolized in editorial cartoons by a sometimes rapacious, sometimes pathetic tiger. But the Tammany Society, the political organization that built the hall in the late 1920s on the northeastern corner of New York
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