By Carter B. Horsley
This small, handsome, red-brick
apartment building was erected in 1917 and converted to a cooperative
The 15-story, midblock structure
has only 21 units.
The building has an unusual,
angled, step-up lobby. The nicely detailed façade has two
bandcourses. The building permits protruding air-conditioners
and has consistent fenestration and no sidewalk landscaping. It
has no doorman, no concierge, no garage, no roofdeck and no sidewalk
It has an excellent location
that is convenient to shopping and many restaurants. It is one
block from Riverside Park and a few blocks from public transportation.