Harding Building

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Harding Building was an edifice located at 147 - 151 West 35th Street in Manhattan, New York. Six stories tall, it was 66.8 by 100 feet and stood opposite the R.H. Macy & Company building. It adjoined the northeast corner of 7th Avenue (Manhattan).[1] Formerly the Hotel Sturtevant, it had been owned by Edwin Gould and associates[2] until May 1910.[1] It was remodeled by Maurice and Wolf Forman in 1921 and made into a business building. The Harding Building was purchased by new owners in July 1923. They bought the building for investment purposes.[2]

In February 1927 plans were made to replace the Harding Building with a sixteen story loft building. The property was purchased by Charles Weinstein and J. Schlessinger from Israel Karp. The design of the new structure was drawn by Gronenberg & Leuchtag, architects.[3]


  1. ^ a b In The Real Estate Field, New York Times, May 17, 1910, pg. 15.
  2. ^ a b Business Properties, New York Times, July 7, 1923, pg. 17.
  3. ^ Loft Is To Replace The Harding Building, New York Times, February 22, 1927, pg. 34.

Coordinates: 40°45′05″N 73°59′21″W / 40.75137°N 73.98905°W / 40.75137; -73.98905