New York City, NY
The Former New York Life Insurance Company Building, also known as the Clock Tower Building, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982, and both the exterior and interior were designated New York City landmarks in 1987.
Lanmar documented all the historic detail on the exterior of this 13 story building as well as select rooms on the interior. Our model was used to document the ornate detail in this late 19th century building which was renovated during an expansion of the building.
Click the play button and use your mouse to spin the model. To switch to first person mode and use arrows to walk around click the eye in the bottom right hand corner and switch the viewer mode to “First Person.” You can even go inside the building by zooming in to see the interior!
** At the moment mobile viewing is only available on Android via the Chrome browser.