Real Estate Weekly features article by David V. Griffin

We’re pleased to link to a recent article in Real Estate Weekly by Landmark Branding Founder & CEO David V. Griffin!  A profile of Helen Post Curry, great-granddaughter of architect Cass Gilbert, the piece takes a look at the unique tour company Ms. Curry runs for the Woolworth Building. Considered Gilbert’s masterpiece, the soaring Gothic tower… Continue reading

Room at the Top: a Private Tour of the Woolworth Building

David V. Griffin, Founder & CEO of Landmark Branding LLC, and Jennifer Wallace, co-founder of leading arts advisory firm nAscent Art New York, are pleased to announce 2014’s first event in our networking series “Room at the Top,” to be held at the Woolworth Building this May. A world-renowned Gothic masterpiece by architect Cass Gilbert,… Continue reading

First Presbyterian Church, 48 Fifth Avenue

A beautiful 1846 design by the English-born architect Joseph C. Wells, First Presbyterian Church (also known as “Old First”) stands at 48 Fifth Avenue.  Along with the apartment house across the street at 45 Fifth, the church marks the northern boundary on Fifth Avenue of the Greenwich Village Historic District. Old First makes an interesting… Continue reading

Church of the Ascension, 36-38 Fifth Avenue

Standing at 36 – 38 Fifth Avenue, the Church of the Ascension is one of the great Gothic Revival designs of Richard Upjohn, best known for the slightly earlier Trinity Church at Broadway and Wall Street. Constructed in 1840 – 1841, Ascension is simpler than Upjohn’s Wall Street masterpiece, in keeping with what was then… Continue reading

10 Fifth Avenue

10 Fifth Avenue is an unusual Gothic Revival brownstone dating from the first era of development north of Washington Square.  A rare example of the style applied to a townhouse, it is the only survivor of a row of four such houses constructed by Henry Brevoort in 1848 – 1849 that extended northward along the… Continue reading