303 Fifth Avenue

An extravagantly detailed Beaux Arts tower more redolent of Wall Street than Midtown, 303 Fifth Avenue was completed in 1909 to designs by Buchman & Fox and was one of the tallest buildings north of the Flatiron Building at 23rd Street.  Boasting a splendid copper cornice, the building has been owned by the Bell Family… Continue reading

236-238 Fifth Avenue

Designed by Buchman & Fox in 106 and completed in 1907, 236-238 Fifth Avenue boasts a handsome double entrance flanking a period shop-front currently occupied by Ilili Restaurant.  The architecture is of a muscular Beaux Arts strain in keeping with the solid commercial buildings of the Ladies’ Mile to the south.