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The Roeriches maintained that Horch's motives were base: through guile and deception, they said, he had taken control of the Master Building, closed the cultural institutions it contained, and severed them and their associates from everything connected with the building and its contents. Open to the public free of charge, the new museum was devoted mainly to exhibitions of contemporary art by American artists. Teach others My Word, and wisdom will flourish; And a new Temple will be raised.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} She reaffirmed their "flaming devotion" which they continued to hold in their hearts. The monogram, showing the letter R within the letter M, stands for the Roerich Museum. Many of them, it was said, opted to buy houses in the suburban New York metropolitan area. In , Horch formed a corporation, Master Building, Inc. In addition, he donated more than a million dollars of his own money, while the Roeriches and their associates had contributed no funds at all. As it had previously done, the institute gave art classes, provided studio space, and sponsored lectures, concerts, poetry readings, art clinics, and other cultural events. In addition to running the museum, Nettie had a large role in running the Master Building as a whole; however, the exact division of responsibilities between Nettie and her husband is unclear. In the museum began hosting the annual exhibitions of American Abstract Artists , a group devoted to expanding appreciation of non-objective art that had been formed in The show included more than oils, watercolors, pastels, collages, drawings, constructions, and sculpture. Harvey Wiley Corbett said the coloration gave the skyscraper a "feeling of growth. Horch, who funded the Roeriches' institutes and some other expenses, began purchasing lots to build the apartment building, and in , secured a bond to fund its construction. Consequently, the Master Apartments' museum and cultural center closed by , their holdings dispersed elsewhere, although the building's auditorium was still used for cultural events. Horch countered that the Roeriches had improperly attempted to countermand his decisions as building owner and director of the cultural organizations it contained. Our Ray will shine upon you and exalt your daily life. At that time, it was alleged that the building was being mismanaged, the principal evidence offered being the provision of free living quarters to the Roeriches and their followers. The conversion was completed in when that company transferred control to a new organization, Master Apartments, Inc. Soon after the Master Apartments' opening, the building and the institute both experienced monetary deficits, with the building going into foreclosure in Soon after, the Horch and Roerich families dissolved their partnership due to disagreements, and the Roeriches unsuccessfully sued Horch to regain control of the Master Apartments. In , the receivership ended and control over the Master Building and the cultural organizations it contained was turned over to the Master Institute of United Arts, Inc. As built, the building's lower floors consisted of a museum ; a school for the fine and performing arts; and an international art center. In , wealthy financier Louis L. The Master Institute aimed to give students a well-rounded education in the arts and also to "open the gates to spiritual enlightenment" through culture. The employees who occupied rent-free apartments were told to vacate immediately. She also probably helped her husband decide to provide more than one million dollars toward achieving the Roeriches' spiritual and cultural ambitions. At that time it was described as having apartments on 28 floors served by four elevators. On it are inscribed the year and a symbol designed by Roerich consisting of a circle enclosing three dots together with a monogram. In , while the Roeriches were engaged in a long period of travel in Central Asia, Horch began to acquire the lots surrounding the mansion to construct the Master Building. When the building was constructed, plans for the stupa were scrapped in favor of an additional three stories. She was active as president of the Roerich Society and, after its demise, directed the Riverside Museum for many years. After renovations were finished in , the number of two- and three-bedroom units was increased dramatically, due to the combination of the building's original studio apartments. However, both rentals and student fees were soon depleted, and the nonprofit corporation that ran the building was unable to meet its payments. In recent years the lobby has been restored, hallways remodeled, and amenities increased, including larger storage areas, a bike room, and an improved laundry facility. The Wall Street Crash of occurred only weeks after the building was completed. Horch then closed the Roeriches' museum, forcing it to find a new location, and replaced it with the Riverside Museum. Plans filed in January called for a story apartment hotel, topped by a stupa β€” a Buddhist shrine in the shape of a staggered pyramid with a spire on top. In , Louis Horch made his son Frank manager of the building, which continued until Frank was murdered during a robbery. From onward newspaper advertising used both names constantly. The institute's name, in turn, may have come either from Master Morya , a non-corporeal spiritual leader from whom Helena Roerich received guidance via automatic writing, or from Nicholas Roerich, a theosophist master. Its steel skeleton was interior, lacking the corner columns that were present in other buildings of the time. Horch alone administered the corporation that had the building constructed, ran the organizations that it housed, and obtained all the needed financing. In doing this he followed a pattern he had established in providing an organizational structure for the Master Institute when he installed the Roeriches and their close associates as nominal shareholders and corporate officers. The circle and the three dots are the symbol of Roerich's Banner of Peace. Their teachings became the core of a spiritual and cultural movement known as Roerichism. Made of iron with inlays of gold and silver, the casket contains photographs taken during the Roeriches' expedition to Central Asia. These renovations attracted more families and made the building more luxurious by both quality-of-life and purchase-price measures. The skyscraper's first three floors originally held a museum, a school of the fine and performing arts, and an international art center. In February , the Roeriches and their associates attempted to obtain an injunction to prevent these actions. The bonds, which were linked to the price of gold , were certificates held under a trust mortgage with the Chatham Phenix National Bank and Trust Company. She was secretary of the corporation, although this may have been a nominal position as Louis and his lawyer prepared most of the corporation's correspondence and its filings. Although "Master Building" is the name that appeared on official documents, the structure has long been known as Master Apartments or The Master. She met with the Roeriches and their other supporters in making plans for the Roerich Museum, Master Institute, Corona Mundi, and the other organizations housed in the Master Building. George Frankenthaler, the referee who decided the case, found that the Roeriches never possessed the authority they claimed. This case was settled on February 9, , in favor of Horch. Henry Sugarman , of the latter organization, advised in the building's design and supervised interior construction work. As chair of Bloomington Conservation Project, Horch and the Master Institute of United Arts led an effort to improve deteriorated housing by converting single-family brownstone buildings into rent-subsidized apartments. After Louis's death in , the building was bought by real estate investor Sol Goldman , who converted it to a housing co-operative over the next decade. Then, on July 13, , Nettie wrote Helena of her and Horch's "fourteen years of complete devotion in heart and in deed" and of their enduring "loyalty and selfless sacrifice" over that period. Regarding allegations of deception, he found Horch to be the more creditable witness. It was the first skyscraper in New York City to feature corner windows and the first to employ brick in varying colors for its entire exterior. Porter as its director. The Master Apartments is located in the borough of Manhattan , on lot 40 of block In the building zoning map, it is classified as an Elevator Apartments, Cooperative D4. It struggled to survive until, in , Louis Horch financed its transfer from a single-room, all-in-one studio at West 54th Street to a mansion he bought on the site where the Master Building would later be constructed. The building is now said to be luxurious as measured both by residents' quality of living and by the purchase prices they pay. On April 6, , this organization was sued for nonpayment of taxes and sinking fund payments due on the mortgage bonds. During the s and s, people moved out of the surrounding Manhattan Valley neighborhood. Popular price restaurant. And she said the Roeriches' attempt to exert unilateral control over their affairs had caused them to "contemplate, review and think of matters in a new light. Louis Horch's wife Nettie also controlled some aspects of the building and its organizations during this time, but by , the Horches' son Frank became the building's manager. The play of sunlight on the many hues will make the building a beautiful spectacle of changing colors. The larger layouts attracted more families to the cooperative community. Nettie and Louis were patrons of the arts and ardent believers in art education as an indirect means of promoting harmony among the peoples of the world. He said they had shown bad faith when they asserted that they alone could receive and interpret the commands of the supreme being whom they all worshiped. However, many reports did not describe religious factors, with one source saying that "the institution had nothing to do with cults and only with culture. On June 8, , he wrote Helena Roerich to say he feared that the Roeriches had lost confidence in himself and his wife Nettie. The Master Apartments is one of the city's first mixed-use structures as well as the tallest building on Riverside Drive. The completed structure had one-room, 63 two-room, and two three-room apartments as well as a penthouse suite of seven rooms. In June , the foreclosure case ended, with Horch being named one of two receivers tasked with clearing the building's debts. He once said the circle represents eternity and unity and the dots the triune nature of existence. At its opening, press reports emphasized the opportunity for people to rent apartments in a building devoted to the arts and drew attention to the rapid growth of the Institute's cultural ideal of united arts, over seven years, from being housed in a single classroom to moving to a skyscraper. Not long afterwards, Horch closed the Roerich Museum, [35] which subsequently moved to a new location at West th Street in He became president of the new museum and appointed Vernon C. You carry stones for the raising of My new Temple. Home of Riverside Museum. Concerts, lectures, recitals free to residents. From through the Equity Library Theater leased it for productions showcasing the talents of New York actors. Both the building and the institute take their name primarily from Master Morya , a non-corporeal spiritual leader from whom Helena Roerich received guidance via automatic writing. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}It sits on the northeast corner of Riverside Drive and West rd Street. Following the death of Louis in , the Horch family sold the Master Building to a real estate investor, Sol Goldman , who was then the city's largest private landlord. During the s and s, the Manhattan Valley neighborhood then known as Bloomingdale , where the Master Building is located, saw its culturally-oriented middle class renters depart. The building was to house a large and a small auditorium, two art libraries, conference rooms, and studios, in addition to three cultural institutions. Horch, who had remained a devoted follower of the Roeriches since his acceptance of their spiritual quest as his own in , started to fall out with them, for unclear reasons. Further renovations, which were completed in , resulted in many of the one-bedroom studios being combined into two- and three-bedroom units. Porter served as the museum's director through the s. As a consequence, the museum and cultural center lost their audience and in they were forced to close. The corporation was appointed to plan and construct a skyscraper to replace the mansion in which the museum, institute, and outreach center were located.