This is where he worked, Of course, in the office, as Clark Kent, he wore his underwear on the inside.
This is where Superman was to be found most of his waking hours - when not out saving the world or covering a story in Metropolis: the sky-scraping hub of The Daily Planet.
Just down the road from Grand Central on the south side of 42nd Street, the 476 foot high art Deco building is an obvious precursor to the architect Raymond Hood's Rockefeller Center.
It was built in 1929-30 and was headquarters to The Daily News until 1995, and was known simply as The News Building.
Glance in the lobby and up at the black glass-domed ceiling, then down to the half-sunken globe - still the world's largest?
Daily News Building. 220 East 42nd Street, between 2nd and 3rd avenues.