Every Building on Fifth

No.’s 7 – 13 Washington Square North

No.’s 7 – 13 Washington Square North

While not an official Fifth Avenue address, the westernmost of the row of houses between Fifth Avenue and University Place is directly adjacent to – and in fact is entered from – Fifth Avenue.

Washington Square

Washington Square

Since 1966 Washington Square has served as the terminus for Fifth Avenue’s southbound vehicular traffic

Lower Fifth Avenue: from Washington Square to 14th Street

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The lowermost section of Fifth Avenue still preserves what Henry James, writing in his novel Washington Square, called “a kind of established repose…a riper, richer, more honorable look.”

Every Building on Fifth: From the Armory to the Arch

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FIFTH AVENUE – the name is a byword for luxury and glamour the world over, a symbol of American fashion, culture and elegance. But beyond its reputation for exclusive shopping and residential addresses, Fifth Avenue is a living history of architecture in New York.

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