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"Cornelius Vanderbilt II house, built 1893. SW corner of 57th St & 5th Ave. -- now location of @Bergdorf Goodman"

Cornelius Vanderbilt II mansion (demolished) formerly at 1 West St, New York City. Architects George B Post and Richard Morris Hunt. Built 1882 with substantial 1894 addition. Demolished Vintage b&w photo.

67th Street & Fifth Avenue (ca.1901)

After George Jay Gould Gilded Age tycoon, married actress Edith Kingdon, against his mother's wishes, his loathed financier/doting father, gave the young married couple this mansion on the northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Street in

New York Architecture Images- The Waldorf Astoria

Original Waldorf Astoria where Empire State Bldg stands today. Check out the documentary "Modern Marvels: The Empire State Building.

A close-up view, of the Gilded Age NYC mansion of society member, "The" Mrs. Caroline Astor ~ Location: 5th Avenue at 65th Street, built in c.1893. This photo taken in c.1929. ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Image: Gotham Magazine - Via: Getty Images)

A close-up view, of the Gilded Age NYC mansion of society member, "The" Mrs. Caroline Astor ~ Located: Ave at Street, built in ~ This photo, ~~ (Getty images) ~~ {cwl}

Great Houses of New York: Louis Tiffany's Treasure Trove! | The Huffington Post

In Charles Lewis Tiffany, a founder and principal owner of NY's preeminent jewelry dealer Tiffany & Company, engaged the new partnership of McKim, Mead & White to design his unique residence on Madison Ave.

The Late Great Charles Schwab Mansion - NYTimes.com

The Late Great Charles Schwab Mansion

Charles Schwab's Riverside Mansion on entire city block between and Street overlooking the Hudson River

The Schmidt mansion, 807 Fifth Avenue at East 62nd Street, New York City, ca. 1912.

The Schmidt mansion, 807 Fifth Avenue at East Street, New York City, ca. :: New-York Historical Society, Photographs of New York City and Beyond

Sapir bought the historic seven-story Beaux Arts mansion located across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art from relatives of Doris Duke for 40 million in 2006. The 20,000-square-foot mansion, built in 1901, currently has a doctor's office in the basement, a five-story main residence, a penthouse duplex on top, 12 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, and 11 wood-burning fireplaces.

Historic seven-story Beaux Arts mansion across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art bought from relatives of Doris Duke for 40 million in The mansion, built in has a penthouse duplex on top, 12 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, and 11 wood-burning fireplaces.

Article via, Curbed NY; "Eight Lost Gems of New York's Gilded Age, and What Replaced Them." ~  (Article by: Evan Bindelglass) ~ {cwl}

8 Lost Gems of New York's Gilded Age & What Replaced Them

8 Lost Gems of New York's Gilded Age & What Replaced Them - Now and Then - Curbed NY

5th Avenue between 116th & 117th Streets, NYC, 1893

Avenue between & Streets, NYC, 1893 Imagine how much the property underneath these hovels is worth today!

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