New York City, USA
- Standing out among the flat-roofed prisms of midtown, Citigroup's pitched roof has become a powerful symbol of its namesake corporation.
- Double-decker elevator cars reduce the area devoted to the vertical circulation core, leaving more space available for offices.
- The overhanging corners were designed after St. Peter's Lutheran Church, which occupied one corner, insisted on keeping its lot and its separate identity. A new church was however built in place of the old one.
- The architects were recognized with an Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects in 1979.
- In order to correct the building's potential weakness in high winds, two-inch-thick steel plates were welded over each of the building's 200 bolted joints.