Architect: John Frazee
Address: 26 Wall Street, Manhattan
There's George Washington, on the steps of the place where he was inaugurated in 1789. Except that the actual building (Federal Hall) was demolished in 1812, and John Frazee designed what is now called the "Federal Hall National Memorial" in 1842...as a Customs House, originally. Confused yet? Now it's run by the National Park Service, of course, and the interior dome is quite stunning. Outside, it's fairly nondescript architecture, but it's a pretty buzzy hangout for nocturnal tourists wandering around Wall Street (as the ghost images prove).