Every Building on Fifth
One of the few remaining small-scale commercial works by the great New York architect George B. Post, 4 East 39th Street was originally the home of Keppel & Co., a renowned art gallery that alternated exhibitions of Old Masters with those of contemporary American artists – thus the remarkable likenesses of Rembrandt and James Whistler… Continue reading
On behalf of Landmark Branding LLC and nAscent Art New York, we’re pleased to say that our latest installment of “Room at the Top” was a wonderful event! Over 40 real estate and arts & culture professionals gathered at the lobby of the Chrysler Building for a completely booked private tour of possibly the world’s greatest Art… Continue reading
Mt. Sinai’s Kravis Children’s Hospital is one of the top-ranked pediatrics centers in the United States. It is housed in a building at 1184 Fifth Avenue that attempts to mimic nearby apartments houses and would probably have blended rather seamlessly in were its immediate neighbors less disruptive.
The Klingenstein Pavilion of Mt. Sinai Hospital serves as the hospital’s main location for obstetrics and gynecological practices. One of the foremost such centers in the city, the building that houses it at 1176 Fifth Avenue is a rather pedestrian design.
J.E.R. Carpenter’s design for 1170 Fifth Avenue simply reverses the details and entrance of 1165 Fifth Avenue, directly across the street. The building was built in 1926, a year later than its “twin”.