Ladies Mile, New York Photos

The section of Broadway which runs between Union & Madison Squares once boasted the ritziest stores in Manhattan and thus became known as Ladies Mile.

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Former Constable department store in Renaissance & Second Empire styles. New York, NY.Arnold Constable department store with mansard roof. New York, NY.Facade of Arnold Constable department store. New York, NY.Gorham Apartments. New York, NY.
Former Constable department store (873 Broadway at 18th St.) in Renaissance & Second Empire styles. New York, NY.Arnold Constable department store (1869) (887 Broadway at 19th St.) with mansard roof. New York, NY. Style: Second Empire. Architect: Griffith Thomas.Facade of Arnold Constable department store (887 Broadway). New York, NY.Gorham Apartments (1884) (889-891 Broadway). New York, NY. Architect: Edward Hale Kendall. On National Register.
Lord & Taylor Store Building. New York, NY.Second Empire tower of Lord & Taylor Store. New York, NY.Cast iron facade of Second Empire Lord & Taylor Store. New York, NY.Warren Building. New York, NY.
Lord & Taylor Store Building (1870) (901 Broadway at 20th St.). New York, NY. Style: Second Empire. Architect: James H. Giles.Second Empire tower of Lord & Taylor Store. New York, NY.Cast iron facade of Second Empire Lord & Taylor Store. New York, NY.Warren Building (1887) (903 Broadway at 20th St.). New York, NY. Style: Renaissance Revival. Architect: Stanford White.
Upper story facade details of Warren Building. New York, NY.Streetscape along 20th St. off Ladies Mile including N.S. Meyer Building. New York, NY.Goelet Building. New York, NY.Facade of Goelet Building. New York, NY.
Upper story facade details of Warren Building (903 Broadway). New York, NY.Streetscape along 20th St. off Ladies Mile including N.S. Meyer Building (1890s). New York, NY.Goelet Building (1887) (900 Broadway at 20th St.). New York, NY. Style: Romanesque. Architect: McKim, Mead & White.Facade of Goelet Building (900 Broadway). New York, NY.
Sohmer Piano Building. New York, NY.


Sohmer Piano Building (1897) (170 Fifth Ave.) (13 floors). New York, NY. Style: The Beaux-Arts. Architect: Robert Maynicke.



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