Category:675 Sixth Avenue
675-691 Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue) between 21st and 22nd Streets in the Flatiron District, Manhattan, New York City. Built in 1900-1902 as the Adams Dry Goods Store, designed by DeLemos & Cordes, the ornate Beaux-Arts structure was erected in stages so that business could continue uninterrupted. The store closed by World War I, becoming an Army storage facility, then a factory for Hershey's Chocolate, before being converted for offices, storage and manufacturing. Mattel Toys had their offices in the building. Barnes & Noble opened a branch here c.2000, which closed in 2010. Currently a Trader Joe's occipies half of the ground floor retail space.
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