This attractive, red-brick
building was erected in 1910 and converted to a cooperative in
The 15-story building has
The building has terracotta
decoration on its top two floors and its third floor facade is
decorated with pilasters and vases. It has a doorman and a concierge
and a canopied entrance. It also has consistent fenestration and
permits protruding air-conditioners. It has no garag, no health
club and no sundeck.
One block from Riverside
Park, this building is very convenient to public transportation
and neighborhood shopping as 96th Street and Broadway is a major
Upper West Side intersection.