The Waldorf Astoria’s iconic interior inches towards landmark status

The Waldorf Astoria iconic interior inches closer to being landmarked. New York's Waldorf Astoria lobby. (Courtesy Alan Light / Flickr)

The Waldorf Astoria iconic interior inches closer to being landmarked. New York's Waldorf Astoria lobby. (Courtesy Alan Light / Flickr)

The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) held a public hearing this morning to discuss the status of the much-loved interior of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel on Park Avenue. At the meeting, cases for landmarking much of the 1930s art deco interior were made with many speaking passionately about their significance.

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The Waldorf Astoria’s exterior was landmarked in 1993. (Courtesy John Hays / Flickr)

The Waldorf Astoria’s exterior was landmarked in 1993. (Courtesy John Hays / Flickr)