110 5th Avenue

Originally named the Judge Building, 110 5th Avenue was built in the late 19th century by, at the time, prominent and respected architecture firm McKim, Mead, and White. Located in New York's Ladies' Mile Historic District, 110 5th Avenue is a quintessential representation of the architectural stylings of the era. While it's exterior is reminiscent of its past its interior is representative of its future. With tenants such as fast-fashion pioneers H&M and Joe Fresh it is no surprise that 110 5th Avenue's lobby is marble lined, sleek and ultra-modern. Its elevator is a direct representation of that. Its minimalistic design featuring a beautiful "Birds Eye Maple" separated by stainless steel inlays complimented with a drop high gloss ceiling.


The materials involved include the following

  • Drop ceiling: Faced with white painted wood. Stainless steel “T” bars in between ceiling tiles.

  • Wall Panel: Sixteen (16) raised removable panels that faced with wood veneer, separated and wrapped by stainless steel “T” bars/angles.

  • Base & reveals: faced with stainless steel. 

  • Transom: faced with stainless steel.

  • Doors: faced with stainless steel.