5 West 122nd Street
Warren C. Dickerson, 1899–1901

This large seven-story apartment house is an intact example of the multiple-family dwellings constructed in Harlem at the turn of the 20th century. This type of building would have been a step up from the tenement buildings that were also being constructed in this area at the time. This structure with its ornate cornices and window surrounds is architecturally intact in part because of its location within the historic district boundary.