One of the Flatiron District’s most iconic properties, 620 Avenue of the Americas was constructed in 1896 and designed to utilize monumental architectural expression as a symbol of the “Cast Iron Era”. A significant landmark, its distinguishable character can be found in the ornate façade detail and three dramatic arched entryways on Avenue of the Americas. Located within the Ladies’ Mile Historic District, 620 Avenue of the Americas is among approximately 440 buildings designated in 1989 by the New York City Landmark Preservation Commission to preserve these distinguished structures built between the Civil War and World War I. The property was originally built to the highest quality standard offering superior column layouts, floor load capacity, optimal window height and distinctive detail.
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