45 Fifth Avenue

Built in 1925, 45 Fifth Avenue is a conservative facade from Sugarman & Berger, who were better known for their interiors.  A similar, smaller design stands at 29 Fifth Avenue.  Sugarman & Berger also collaborated with Harvey Corbett Willett on the latter’s magnificent One Fifth Avenue as well as the creation of the Washington Mews. … Continue reading

29 Fifth Avenue

Constructed in 1925 by Sugarman and Berger, 29 Fifth Avenue suggests a taller and slightly simplified version of the townhouse it replaced: at 7 stories and 3 bays wide, it is one of the smallest apartment buildings on the avenue.  The facade of Flemish bond brick sports a broken pediment at the entry and is… Continue reading