Ellison Bronze

Pivoted Swing Door at 520 Park Ave., New York City

Doors Fit for New York’s Billionaire’s Row

Full-height bronze doors for commercial and multi-family building entrances make a significant impression. Shown here at 520 Park Ave., New York City, the building features seven pairs of Ellison Bronze custom offset pivoted swing doors. Made with No. 280 Muntz bronze, the doors were statuary finished with satin No. 4 finish in the field to achieve a darker tone.


Skyscraper Combines Sustainability with Sophistication

Located in Chicago’s “Loop” financial district, 151 North Franklin joins a host of other high-profile facilities across the city that feature stainless steel doors, which are finished in fine satin, completing the sleek all-glass and steel entrance. The new 35-story, 807,000-sq.-ft. office building at 151 North Franklin—also known as CNA Center—features two pairs of narrow stile custom balanced doors.“The project originally called for standard swing doors, but we made the switch to balanced doors because of their functionality,” says Adam Pellar, Vice President, Crown Corr, the glazing contractor responsible for the installation. 

The architectural details, made with the finest materials and finishes, are appropriate for a Park Avenue home.

Bronze Makes Park Avenue Shine

A new luxury, boutique condo building in New York’s Upper East Side features opulent residences with elegant architectural details, which include bronze doors that make a Park Avenue statement. There is something special when you visit 1110 Park Ave.—a new luxury, boutique condo building in New York City’s Upper East Side. The 16-story building’s façade is Indiana limestone, a recognizable calling card for distinctive properties throughout New York City and elsewhere, including the World Trade Center Towers along with Oculus and Transportation Hub, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Columbia University, J. Paul Getty Center in Los Angeles, George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas