In EBSCO you are likely to find news and magazine articles about the building you are studying.
Look for architecture reviews or event that took place at your building in The New York Times.
Look for photographs in the Associated Press trove of images.
Search this database for literary references to the building you are investigating.
For even more databases, go to the
Columbia University Library Research Guide to New York CIty Buildings - this is a phenomenal resource for figuring out how and where to find answers to your questions about NY architecture.
NY Public Library Research Guide to New York City Architecture - like the Columbia University Library research guide, this is an amazing resource for you
Architectural Digest - Images of iconic NY Architecture
Architecture League of NY - look for both "Exhibitions" and "Podcasts" sections
New York Historical Society - search this entire website for references to the architecture you are investigating
Chronicling America - digitized newspapers from 1836-1922