In these early townhouses, Schmidt showed a sensitivity to historical details and building types that would become the hallmark of his architecture.
A tiny decorating shop for Miss Alice Swift was among Schmidt's first projects.
The houses of Sutton Place represent the first milestone in Mott Schmidt's career.
Schmidt's largest apartment house stands proudly among upper Park Avenue's distinguished palaces.
Schmidt began working for the Rockefellers in 1937, executing the lavish city apartment of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., on Park Avenue.