Departing from the traditional approach for buildings on New York City’s Park Avenue, this project challenges as it engages the role of verticality in the iconography of skyscrapers. In contrast to the modern highrises of Park Avenue, this horizontal structure acts as an extension of the existing transit infrastructures, re-purposing the “icon” from servicing private corporations to an acknowledgement of the importance of infrastructure in the survival of the city, as was the historical role of Grand Central Station.