The Whitney Museum
Architect: Renzo Piano
Address: 99 Gansevoort St, Manhattan
The Whitney nailed it. They packed up and moved from an interesting but ultimately untenable Midtown location to a space that's at the confluence of the West Village, the West Side Highway, the Meatpacking District, and the southern end of the High Line. And they brought it one of the world's best museum architects, Renzo Piano, to do the whole thing. The ability to get fresh air on balconies that overlook Manhattan, after strolling through each floor's art, is perhaps the Whitney's greatest feature. I love this view of it (shot from the roof of the Land Rover), all intersecting planes with the very end of the High Line in front. I'll also shoot if from the West Side Highway at some point but I think this is my favorite view.