Baltimore's Pennsylvania Station
Colloquially referred to as Penn Station, it's actually two years older than New York City's Grand Central Terminal, having opened in 1911.
New York architect Kenneth MacKenzie Murchison, a 1900 graduate of École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, designed Penn Station in, what else, the Beaux-Arts style. Murchison specialized in railroad stations and designed quite a few, including those for Scranton PA, Jacksonville FL, Havana, and one of my favorites, Hoboken Terminal.
The 51-foot sculpture in the plaza, Male/Female was commissioned by the city of Baltimore and installed in 2004, creating quite a controversy between those who love it and those who wish it would go away. As for me, I can't believe a city with as many problems and needs as Baltimore would spend a three-quarters of a million bucks for this, but it can make for some interesting photos.