NYC is wonder of arts, architecture and history! Like this skybridge at Gimbels Department Store.
A three-story copper skybridge connects two Manhattan buildings with Art Deco luxury.
In the early 1900’s the two buildings once known collectively as Saks-34th Street were one of New York’s glitziest shopping hubs, and they were connected with an equally opulent span now known as the Gimbel Bridge. Once open to shoppers, Gimbel’s bridge now connects private floors of its terminus buildings, but visitors rushing to Penn Station can look up and remember a New York where dueling department stores could produce architectural wonders.