By Carter B. Horsley
The tallest building in the area when it was
built in 1972, this 43-story tower offers staggering vistas in
all directions from its upper floors.
Converted to a cooperative in 1974, the building
has only 123 apartments, or three per floor, a distinct attraction
for the building.
Very close to Carl Schurz Park with its excellent
security and waterfront promenade, the building is also near some
of the citys finest schools.
Although the building has no balconies and
a fairly plain façade, it has an impressive and large lobby
with a concierge and doorman and East End Avenue here is quiet
and elegant. The building, which is somewhat similar to design
to 900 Park Avenue (see The City
Review article), has a nicely landscaped driveway with light