Here are a set of old triplets on W. 46th Street east of Broadway in Times Square. Aren't too many left in this area with this level of age on them. The trio is more remarkable in that they're obviously a set, all the same height and width, built at the same time. They may look different now in terms of facade, but take a close look at the window frames on the third and fourth floors (below). They're identical.
No. 134, now O'Brien's Pub, was a restaurant in 1959, with a tailor upstairs and apartments above that. In 1922, the ground floor was a store.
No. 136 had store in the basement space in 1941 (which meant is had a working walk-down space), and an office and music studios on the ground floor, and apartments above.
No. 139 also had a basement-level store in 1922, an office on the first floor and apartments above; same in 1941.
I can't find out when these three were built, but given the history of the area, and the small size of the buildings, I'm gonna guess sometime in the 1890s. Maybe older Fascinated to think that for more than a century, those upper floors have been apartments. Wonder who lives there now. To live in such old buildings, ones that are so much of the old Times Square, must be really feel a part of a previous New York.