By Carter B. Horsley
This very attractive and dignified,
beige-brick apartment building was erected in 1925 and converted
to a cooperative in 1979.
The 15-story structure has
The building was designed in
the Italian Renaissance palazzo-style with Venetian detailing,
some fine decorative window reveals, and gargoyles. It has a canopied,
arched entrance on the sidestreet, rope quoins and a scalloped
cornice. It permits protruding air-conditioners and has no sidewalk
landscaping, no doorman, no roof deck and no garage and it has
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.