By Carter B. Horsley
8-story building was erected in 1889 and converted to a cooperative
in 1980. It has 24 apartments.
has arched windows on the second and the top floor and is surrounded
by a dry moat. The facade is banded in two tones of red brick
and has an attractive broken-pediment entrance.
a very attractive and quiet stretch of West End Avenue and is
convenient to public transportation and one block from Riverside
Park. Neighborhood shopping is convenient and steadily improving
as high-end retailers continue to advance up Broadway.
The building has protruding
air-conditioners and no concierge, no garage, no sun deck and
no health club.