Built three years before “The Jazz Singer” hit cinemas, the stretched 11-story building sits on one of the wider neighborhood streets. A few blocks from the 6 train, you can take yourself anywhere and still find your way back to a more spacious sense of home.
Jardine, Hill & Murdock
Scottish-born brothers John and David Jardine, along with partner Clinton Murdock Hill, ran their architecture firm out of Murray Hill in the late 19th century. In addition to their residential creations, the firm designed branches of the New York Public Library at the request of Andrew Carnegie. John Jardine also worked on creating weapons during the American Civil War.