Belmont Hotel, New York - About 1910


The Belmont Hotel at 118-132 Park Avenue, NW corner to East 42nd Street, Murray Hill. Construction began in 1904 and was completed in 1906, with 22 floors above ground (height 93.88 m), considered to be the tallest hotel in the world upon completion. It was and demolished about 1934. Murray Hill Hotel is to the left. Photograph by Detroit Publishing Co., taken about 1910 / 1911. Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Note: an early Hotel Belmont existed at 137 Fulton Street, next door to the New York Herald from 1864 (or before) to 1885. It could accommodate nearly 200 guests.


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The Belmont Hotel and Murray Hill Hotel. The Grand Central Station is in the distance.




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Copyright © Geographic Guide - Old photos NYC, Early 20th Century.




Belmont Hotel, New York - About 1910


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