Gingerbread City in Columbus Circle

Creative cake-maker Beatriz Muller has created a fully edible New York City gingerbread house. “Gingerbread City” is currently on display at the Williams-Sonoma at the Time Warner Center (which, if you haven’t heard, will soon be renamed the Deutsche Bank Center).

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The project took two months to build, and involved over 200 pounds of gingerbread and 60 pounds of icing. The final product weighs over 300 pounds and stands over six feet tall.

Gingerbread City Williams Sonoma

photo from Beatriz Muller’s Facebook page

 

Gingerbread City includes all of the most iconic New York City landmarks, including the Time Warner Center, where it is displayed.

The display also includes some less attractive features of the city, like garbage bags on sidewalks and buildings under construction.

The project was built in partnership with Streeteasy.com. You can check it out now at Williams-Sonoma at the Time Warner Center, located at 10 Columbus Circle.

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