By Carter B. Horsley
This very handsome 17-story
building was erected in 1928 and converted to a cooperative in
The building contains 93 apartments.
The brown-and-red brick building
has a one-story limestone base, limestone quoins at its corners
and handsome pilasters on the two floors near the base and two
floors near the top. The building, which has a canopied entrance,
also has a very nice, rooftop, watertank enclosure.
It permits protruding air-conditioners.
It has no doorman, no concierge, no sundeck, no sidewalk landscaping
and no garage.
This neighborhood excellent
shopping as well as many interesting restaurants and a local subway
station is nearby at 79th Street and Broadway. Riverside Park
is one block away.