Since the mid-’90s the paper has moved twice, first to the building at 450 West 33rd Street that straddles the railroad tracks on the west side of Penn Station, and more recently to the tip of Lower Manhattan. However, its former home on East 42nd is still known as the Daily News Building. It was made a National Historic Landmark before the paper left in 1989, and remains the epitome of light Art Deco architecture for giant media conglomerations.