Location: New York
Year Built: 1847
Key Architects: George Browne Post
Many of City College's buildings were designed by George B. Post. When submitting proposals for the project, Post actually drew up two plans, one in the Beaux-Art style and a second in the Gothic style. The college chose the latter. Post's buildings are over-the-top ornate like the building that houses the Department of Psychology, which looks like a church decorated in lumpy icing or a wedding cake gone wrong. Due to this poor stylistic choice, the campus is uninviting and also a little terrifying.