This 26-story, mid-block
building has its tower setback from its low-rise base on Broadway.
The tower aligns with the city's grid, but the base is angled
to align with Broadway.
The building, which was
completed in early 1986, has a high atrium along Broadway, for
which it received a zoning bonus as a public amenity although
the space was taken over by a restaurant.
The building was developed
by Lewis Futterman and Steven E. Magid and designed by John Harding
The building has numerous
balconies, a concierge and a laundry room, but no garage, no health
club, and no sundeck. Its location, however, is prime for the
Upper West Side, close to Lincoln Center, major retail facilities
and public transportation.