This attractive, 15-story
building was erected in 1920 and converted to a cooperative in
1979. It has 92 apartments.
The brown-brick building
has a one-story limestone base and a canopied entrance that leads
to a step-up lobby that has rusticated limestone walls. The building
has a concierge, some decorative balconies and consistent fenestration
and permits protruding air-conditioners. It has no garage.
This is a very pleasant
and quiet stretch of West End Avenue that is convenient to public
transportation and one block from Riverside Park. Neighborhood
shopping is nearby and steadily improving as high-end retailers
continue to advance up Broadway.