Canterbury Hall

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Built in 1912, Canterbury Hall is located at 100 West 39th Street and was designed by architects Clyde Nelson Friz (1867-1942) and Edward Hughes Glidden (1873-1924) operating as Glidden & Friz.

The property on which the building stands was sold by The University Parkway Company to developer, The Fireproof Apartment Company. Originally conceived as “Haddon Hall”, the building is composed of brick with stucco and timber accents in the style of “late Tudor Gothic”. Each apartment was equipped with a gas fireplace and separated from its neighbors by eighteen inch fireproof walls.
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