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”.
Another design by J.E.R Carpenter, 1165 Fifth Avenue was built in 1925. Its nearly exact duplicate, by the same architect, stands directly across the street, lending an odd mirror-image atmosphere to East 88th Street.
An unusually small apartment building by present-day standards, 1160 Fifth Avenue reflects the zoning that characterized the Upper East Side before 1923, when the structure was erected. A pleasant Adamesque design, 1160 Fifth Avenue is the work of the Fred F. French company, who were noted for far more ebullient projects, including the Tudor City… Continue reading
1158 Fifth Avenue is one of the most architecturally distinguished of the apartment houses that face Fifth north of 96th Street. A handsome structure designed by Crane & Franzheim, the building features one of the city’s most ornate lobbies, an octagonal room sumptuously decorated with Adamesque plasterwork. The partnership of C. Howard Crane and Kenneth… Continue reading
Another J.E.R. Carpenter design, 1148 Fifth Avenue is an understated but luxurious building erected in 1923.