Woolworth Building was the tallest building in the world until the completion of the Bank of Manhattan tower and Chrysler building. The building is 60 stories high with over 5000 windows. The interior of the building is one of the most luxurious designs in New York. The whole lobby is covered with marble and the ceiling features stained glass. Inside the lobby are carved caricatures of men involved in the construction of the building, one of them is a sculpture of Cass gilbert with the model of the building and another one featuring Frank Woolworth paying his building in coins. For the construction of the building special kind of scaffolding were used for the safety of workers. The lobby, which is a historical landmark, is breathtakingly beautiful but is closed to the public unless you take a private tour.