Statement of Significance for the B.F. Goodrich Buildings

 B. F. Goodrich, a leading American manufacturer of automobile tires and other rubber projects built 1780 Broadway and 225 West 57th Street in 1909. Located on an L-shaped lot at the upper end of what was then known as “Automobile Row,” the 12-story Broadway building served as the company’s New York headquarters, containing showrooms, corporate […]