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Saturday, May 26, 2018

Entrance on West 86th Street

Photo by myself on West 86th Street, between Broadway and West End Avenue.

Some of the buildings in New York are really pretty. They have handcrafted details, done back when workers could lavish a bit of time on construction.

The entrances to some of these buildings are special, with awnings and spacious foyers. There are front desks for doormen and elevators to take you upstairs.

Related posts: The Plaza at Lincoln Center, From the Steps of the NYPL, and The Look, Outside the Flatiron Building.


s.c said...

Nice entrance indeed but also from the past. If only that swung could be back in architecture.

Kitty said...

I agree, SC. I love the craftsmanship of the older buildings. There is a human touch to them. :-)

Ken Mac said...