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New York City Extra
The Insider's Guide To New York City

Total: 14,745,765

The Boroughs
Bronx: 1,365,536
Brooklyn: 2,497,859
Manhattan: 8,168,338
Queens: 2,250,718
Staten Island: 463,314

Empire State Building
Built:  1930 and 1931
Height:  102 floors.

Statute Of LIberty
Built: 119th Anniversary on October 28, 2005
Height:  Ground to tip of torch - 305'1"

Time Square
Built::  Attracted large numbers of visitors around World War I
Square Footage:  Spans 40th and 53rd Street and 6th and 9th Avenue

Grand Central Station
Built:  1903-1913
Height: 12:01 am on Sunday, February 2, 1913
Square Footage:  44 Platforms two underground levels with 41 tracks-upper level and 26  lower

Radio City Music Hall
Built:  December 27, 1932. 
Square Footage:160 feet from back to stage/ceiling - 84 feet
Seats: Approximately 6,000

Rockerfeller Center
Built:  1932 to 1940
Height: 70 Stories, 850 feet
Square Footage: Today 22 acres
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