New 'Historic' List Includes Divisive Building

New York's Huntington Hartford building.

Eye sore or historic treasure: New York's Huntington Hartford building, designed by Edward Durrell Stone and built in 1964 at 2 Columbus Circle. John Guardo, NPR hide caption

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NPR's Margot Adler takes a look at New York City's Huntington-Hartford Building. Sometimes touted as the ugliest building in Manhattan, the building can now be found on the list of most endangered historic places. The National Trust for Historic Preservation released the list Monday.

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