McKim, Mead and White

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Charles McKim

Charles McKim was a founding partner of McKim, Mead, and White. His Beaux-Arts buildings - especially his notable New York City works - made him one of the most celebrated architects of the late 1800s.

Stanford White

Stanford White was a founding partner of McKim, Mead, and White. His most famous works were residences for the wealthy of the Gilded Age, including several mansions on Fifth Avenue in New York.

More McKim, Mead and White buildings

Villard Houses 29½ 50th Street, 24 East 51st Street, and 451, 453, 455, and 457 Madison Avenue

McKim, Mead and White

1881
Former New York Life Insurance Company Building 346 Broadway

Stephen D. Hatch

1893
Ritz Carlton / 112 Central Park South 112 Central Park South

Emery Roth

1927
U.S. General Post Office 8th Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets

McKim, Mead and White

1912
University Club 1 West 54th Street

McKim, Mead and White

1898
Racquet and Tennis Club Building 370 Park Avenue

McKim, Mead and White

1916
St. Bartholomew's Church and Community House 109 East 50th Street

McKim, Mead and White

1903
Tiffany and Company Building 401 5th Avenue

McKim, Mead and White

1905
Town Hall 113 West 43rd Street

McKim, Mead and White

1921
Bowery Savings Bank 130 Bowery Street

McKim, Mead and White

1892

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