Built at the height of disco-era New York, the Murray Hill Mews Cooperative towers over one of the most vibrant intersections on 3rd Avenue. A fusion of urban immediacy and family values, the Mews has created the ultimate neighborhood experience in one of the world’s biggest cities.
The New York Times described Philip Birnbaum, who designed 300 New York buildings and hotels in Miami, as an “almost anonymous architectural hand.” The city-born, Columbia-graduated Birnbaum was known for his space-maximizing approach to residential buildings, as well as his collaboration with the Trump family. When Birnbaum died in 1996, Trump was one of many to memorialize his work: “They all made money. And some were in fact, very good.”