This very handsome, mid-block,
15-story apartment building was erected in 1919 and has 40 condominium
The brown-brick building is distinguished by
its very attractive decorative quoins on its lower two floors
and the attractive decoration of cartouches and garlands between
the windows on its top three floors.
The building has a canopied entrance, consistent
fenestration, a nice wrought-iron rooftop fence and a doorman
and it permits protruding air-conditioners. It has no garage,
no balconies, no health club, no sidewalk landscaping and no roof
deck. Parts of its façade have been repaired with different
It is in the Carnegie Hill neighborhood, close
to many museums, schools and religious institutions. There is
excellent cross-town bus service on 86th Street and an express
subway station at 86th Street and Lexington Avenue. The area is
convenient to many stores.