431, 433 & 435 Fifth Avenue

A pleasant collection of small commercial buildings, 431, 433 and 435 Fifth Avenue represent the avenue’s high standard of architecture during the early 20th Century.

433 Fifth Avenue is of particular interest, having been designed in 1911 by Harry Allan Jacobs as the Hardman Pianos Building.  Although the charming loggia on the second floor has been filled in, terra cotta panels depicting musical instruments are visible flanking the windows at the fifth floor and the interior still boasts a circular staircase and stained glass window at the back of the ground floor retail space.

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