130 West 42nd Street

130 West 42nd Street, also called Bush Tower, is a historic 30-story building located in Times Square. Built in 1916 and designed by Helmle and ‎Corbett, this building played an essential part in the shaping of Times Square and New York Skyscrapers. with its Neo-Gothic Architecture, narrowness, and height - bush tower set the tone for what was to come during the SKYSCRAPER boom. The building has four elevators, all of which were recently modernized. Composed of only Stainless Steel Revels, Back Painted Glass Walls, and Jet Mist Granite Floors, the elevator design is minimalistic and matches the aesthetics of the lobby. 


The Materials Involved Included The Following

  • Drop Ceiling: Wood Core faced with Stainless Steel #4 Finish.

  • Lighting: Four (4) recessed L.E.D. Bulbs.

  • Wall Panel: Nine (9) raised removable vertical panels faced with Safety Laminated Back Painted Glass.

  • Base & Reveals: Faced with Stainless Steel.

  • Floor: faced with natural stone.