NYC Doors

An assortment of doors from Soho, Greenwich Village, and Midtown ending with an interesting grate.

B Altman at 365 5th Avenue closed in 1989 and is now a CUNY Graduate Center.

20 thoughts on “NYC Doors

  1. Jet Eliot 2020-03-15 / 10:44 am

    I very much enjoyed all these doors, Sherry, and the fresh bits of spring as well. I especially like your photo of the elegant grate.

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    • Sherry Felix 2020-03-17 / 6:36 am

      Thanks Jet. Always good to get your comments. I was intrigued that the grate was made in India.

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  2. Norm 2.0 2020-03-13 / 4:08 pm

    Ah yes, NYC NEVER disappoints. A lovely collection Sherry 🙂

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  3. Anne 2020-03-13 / 9:02 am

    What a lovely variety of doors you have found.

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  4. DrJunieper 2020-03-12 / 2:26 pm

    Hi Sherry, tried to see your last week’s doors, but it would not load up on my (old) computer, so I am happy to see this wonderful collection of hard to overlook doors. Also love the angle in which you took your first two images – ingenious!

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    • Sherry Felix 2020-03-13 / 9:29 am

      The images on my posts are all 1200 px wide at 72 dpi – not too large. I do graphics; therefore, I buy the fastest biggest computer I can get. My gamer is 3 years old and can still out perform most new computers. Next time you need a new one consider that. In this case it maybe your internet speed that is at fault. Run a speed test (Google it).
      My Galaxy Note 10+ does wide angle and I used it on the top 2.

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  5. Librarylady 2020-03-12 / 11:36 am

    I love the doorway to the B. Altman building. What was that, a department store? Great doors!

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    • Sherry Felix 2020-03-12 / 11:07 am

      Thanks. A quick search revealed that the Ramsen building has a 1928 arched Romanesque façade and a pre-war ornate lobby. Originally built as a hotel on 11 floors it became a full-service coop with 103 apartments.

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    • Sherry Felix 2020-03-12 / 9:31 am

      Nah! I always keep my eye out for interesting doors. There are lots more I haven’t seen yet.

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  6. Sue 2020-03-12 / 6:03 am

    Thanks for the Virtual glimpses!

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