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  • The glass shard of a building makes the dingy three-and five-story buildings next door seem dingier, and the seamy building boasting adult videos and scantily-clad mannequins even seamier.

    A Sliver Shines Above Midtown

  • "All these small six-story and five-story buildings are going to eventually disappear."

    A Sliver Shines Above Midtown

  • The five-story trapezoidal house was the home of Patricia and Francis Mason .

    At Bend in Road, a Garden Surprise

  • Art dealer Warren Adelson has the best of both worlds—his five-story Upper East Side townhouse, filled with 19th- and 20-century American art, serves as both gallery and a pied-à-terre .

    Townhouse/Gallery in One

  • The five-story co-op building opened in 2001 with 98 units.

    Rebounding New Rochelle Adds to Appeal

  • This five-story townhouse on the Upper East Side covers some 7,500 square feet and has undergone extensive renovations—twice.

    Double-Renovated Townhouse

  • They also hold out little hope of finding survivors at a collapsed five-story building that housed a television station and an English-language school.

    New Zealand Quake Toll Reaches 113 as Officials Fear Worst

  • From above, the mandala is a perfect architectural plan and easy to imagine as a five-story palace.

    The Memory Palace

  • The Kalachakra mandala is a symbolic depiction of a five-story palace where an incarnation of the Buddha of Compassion is believed to reside.

    The Memory Palace

  • Timothy Fadek for The Wall Street Journal Firefighters make a final check after a three alarm fire, which gutted the top three floors of a five-story residential building at 280 West 115th St. in Harlem.

    New York Photos of the Day

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