block of Gracie Square that faces the southern boundary of Carl
Schurz Park consists of three mid-size luxury apartment buildings.
Numbers 1 and 10 which anchor the western and eastern ends, respectively,
of the block, both have unusual collage and asymmetric façades
and frame this handsome, red-brick apartment building, which has
a symmetrical façade.
was erected in 1929 and converted to a cooperative in 1945. The
16-story building has 42 apartments.
has a lovely sandstone base that is one story high except for
around the entrance where it is two stories high. The building
has very handsome bronze entrance doors and Art Deco-style lanterns.
entrance is unusual because it is suspended and has no "legs."
The building has a handsome rooftop watertank enclosure and no
sidewalk landscaping. It has excellent views to the north over
Carl Schurz Park, Gracie Mansion and the East River.