Although new apartment buildings had replaced most of the Fifth Avenue mansions by the mid-1920s, making them pass©, there was still room for one more, or least millionaire Charles E. Mitchell thought so when he built this one. It has the distinction of being the last mansion on the avenue, and it is every bit as beautiful as its predecessors that were destroyed in the name of progress.
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