Hampton Shops Building 
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Full Address: 18-20 East 50th Street, Manhattan, NY 10022.
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Year Built: 1915-1916
Year Designated: 2016
Year Published: 2016
Architect: Rouse & Goldstone, with Joseph L. Steinam
Key words: 20th century, 1910s, 1915, 1916, Rouse & Goldstone, Joseph L. Steinam, Madison Avenue, East 50th Street, East Midtown, neo-Gothic style, Perpendicular Gothic style, terra cotta, granite, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, midtown, a wide departure from the ordinary loft building, Henry Mannes, Grand Rapids Furniture Company, free-standing, ashlar pattern, metal-and-glass lighting fixtures, three pointed arches, New York & Harlem Railroad, Owen Henry Mannes, Fifth Avenue, Hampton Shops Building, tripartite façade, heraldic symbols, Owen Henry Mannes, Lafayette Anthony Goldstone, Helena B. Garvey Hayden, neighboring cathedral, Helena B. Garvey Hayden.
Notes: Hampton Shops Inc. purchased the site from Helena B. Garvey Hayden in March 1922, and remodeled of the interiors in 1937.
Architectural Styles:
   neo-Gothic

Files:
   View PDF (2016-Hampton-Shops-Building.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York Buildings
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan Midtown East