One Grand Central Place (formerly known as the Lincoln Building) is a 53-story skyscraper completed in 1930. The 673 foot tower office building at 60 East 42nd Street sits directly opposite Grand Central Terminal. Designed in neo-gothic style by architect Kenneth Norton of J.E.R. Carpenter Jr. Architects the cream-colored brick and stone building with a Renaissance-influenced base and setbacks rises up to its most notable feature of the tall brown stone exterior. The pointed, Gothic-style windows near the top which look out onto Grand Central Terminal, MetLife Building and the Chrysler Building.

 CANY has provided FISP inspections (Formerly Local law 11-98) for the property and has developed extensive façade restoration and roof replacement programs as recently as 2016.