Aman New York
  • Mixed-Use
  • New York, USA

Built at 730 5th Avenue—and designed by Warren & Wetmore, architect of Grand Central Terminal and the Helmsley Building—Aman New York is one of the finest examples of Beaux-Arts architecture in the United States.

About the Project

Completed in 1921, it became the first home of the Museum of Modern Art—from 1929 to 1932. Under the guidance of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller and Director Alfred H. Barr Jr., some of the most influential exhibitions in the museum’s history were staged during that three-year tenure within Aman New York, including the prominent Modern Architecture exhibit.

Aman New York will soon undergo a monumental transformation that will see it restored and imbued with the spirit of Aman, signaling a new chapter ahead of its centenary in 2020.