By Carter B. Horsley
This handsome, 16-story, cooperative
apartment building was erected in 1925 and has only two apartments
The brown-brick building has
a canopied entrance and a two-story striated limestone base with
attractive first-floor, wrought-iron window grills. It has some
decorative balconies and protruding air-conditioners and no sidewalk
landscaping, no health club and no garage. It has a doorman.
One of the city's best private
schools, Trinity School, is a few blocks to the east on 91st Street
and there are many restaurants and stores nearby on Broadway.
This lively neighborhood is
one of the city's finest architecturally. There is good bus service
on Riverside Drive and Broadway and the nearest cross-town bus
service and subway station is nearby at 86th Street and Broadway.