1 West 126th Street

The first building in Harlem to go co-op, 1 West 126th Street is built out of bright orange-red brick.  Home to numerous African-American celebrities, including singer and actress Eartha Kitt, bandleader Billy Eckstine and famed gospel singer Della Reese, 1 West 126th Street was built in 1940, and is a typical example of late Art… Continue reading

Room at the Top: The Chrysler Building

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

2 East 88th Street

One of the most striking of the Museum Mile’s apartment buildings, 2 East 88th Street is also one of only a handful to dispense with the Fifth Avenue address.  A severe elongated cube by Pennington & Lewis, the building is capped by a water tower that incorporates a series of stone faces straight out of… Continue reading

745 Fifth Avenue, The Squibb Building

745 Fifth Avenue, the original Squibb Building, is a major work by the firm of Buchman & Kahn.  It was a favorite project of partner Ely Jacques Kahn to the extent that he actually dressed as the building for the famed 1931 Beaux Arts Ball. The Art Deco entrance grill, marble lobby and ceiling mural… Continue reading

“Room at the Top” visits 100 Barclay

On behalf of Landmark Branding LLC and nAscent Art New York, we’re pleased to say that our first installment of “Room at the Top” at 100 Barclay for 2016 was a resounding success! Over 30 professionals from the real estate and arts & culture worlds gathered at 100 Barclay for a completely booked private tour… Continue reading