By Carter B. Horsley
This very handsome and dignified,
19-story building was erected in 1931 and converted to a cooperative
in 1969. The building has 59 apartments.
The brown-brick building has
a terraced, set-back top that is very graceful and its facade
has nice, varied masonry.
The building has limestone
window reveals on the first and second floors and also near the
top of the building. The building has sidewalk landscaping, a
canopied entrance and a doorman. It has consistent fenestration
and permits protruding air-conditioners.
This neighborhood offers convenient
public transportation at 86th Street and excellent shopping as
well as many interesting restaurants. Riverside Park is one block