This eight-story National Registers of Historic Places–listed building was constructed as the headquarters of the prominent publishers Macmillan Co. in 1923-24 by the preeminent architectural firms of Carrere & Hastings and Shreve Lamb & Blake. While here, Macmillan published the Civil War–based Gone with the Wind. It later served as the headquarters of Forbes Magazine and the Forbes Gallery.

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Photos by Dylan Chandler