One of the older and more
dignified buildings along Central Park West, this is also one
of the largest in number of dwelling units. The 15-story building
has 361 units.
It was developed by Bing & Bing and designed by Emery Roth.
With its dark brown brick
facade with Italianate detailing, handsome watertank enclosure
and limestone base, this is an elegant and conservative neighbor
to the great Beresford Building immediately to the south across
Built in 1910, the building
was converted to a cooperative in 1984.
In addition to its spectacular
views of Central Park, the building offers an extremely convenient
and relatively quiet location. It is one block north of a subway
station and crosstown buses.
It has a doorman and a large,
handsome entrance marquee, but no garage, no health club and no