Harde & Short

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Harde & Short was an American Beaux-Arts architectural firm in the early 20th century. The firm was based in New York City. Their most famous work is Alwyn Court near Central Park in New York. They designed many other buildings, nearly all of them in Manhattan. The firm is known for their intricacy of design as shown by the fact that they designed New York's 3 most intricate facades: Alwyn Court, 44 West 77th Street, and 45 East 66th Street. Another famous work is Red House (Manhattan).

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