By Carter B. Horsley
This handsome 15-story apartment building was
erected in 1921. It is a cooperative and has 96 apartments.
The beige-brick building has a two-story, rusticated
limestone base and a very attractive roofline punctuated by open-pediment
window surrounds. It has a doorman, a nice lobby, rope quoins,
and sidewalk landscaping and permits protruding air-conditioners.
It has no health club and no garage.
In addition to its great views of Central Park,
the building is close to the Lincoln Center for the Performing
Arts, and many restaurants and stores. It is very convenient to
excellent bus service. Subway stations are a few blocks away.