Grand Central Station, Railroad terminal in New York City. It was planned and constructed (1903–13) by Reed and Stem as a team with the firm of Warren and Wetmore; the last firm is credited with the feel of the colossal structure. The concourse, with its 125-ft (43-m) roof vault painted with heavenly bodies, was one of the biggest encased spaces of now is the right time. A jewel of the Beaux-Arts style, the terminal looks just as it could have been moved from 1870s France. On the symmetrical fundamental exterior is a huge clock and figures of an American bird and Roman divinities. In the late twentieth century the station was sumptuously reestablished; this rebuilding exertion carried national thoughtfulness regarding the significance of saving design milestones.