"The historic Corbin Building is located at 192 Broadway in Manhattan. It was designed by architect Francis H. Kimball and built in 1888 and named for Austin Corbin, a president of the Long Island Rail Road. It was reported to be the tallest building in New York City at the time of its completion.It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 18, 2003."
The Wikipedia picture to the right is not current. It probably a year old (from 2010). It is interesting that it's fire escape used to lead to the building next door. But since that building is being replaced with the Fulton St Transit Center
The Google maps view belew is a little more current. It shows the the Crobin Building cover in scaffolding.
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But the current view is more interesting.
The covered the scaffolding with an image of what the building (should / did / will ) look like behind it.