By Carter B. Horsley
mid-block, red-brick building was erected in 1920 and converted
to a cooperative in 1983.
building has 35 apartments.
has a two-story rusticated limestone base and a canopied entrance
flanked by lanterns and topped by attractive bas-reliefs of fish
flanking its incised address beneath a large balcony.
protruding air-conditioners, but does not have a doorman, or a
concierge, or any sidewalk landscaping.
from Riverside Park, this building is very convenient to public
transportation and neighborhood shopping as 96th Street and Broadway
is a major Upper West Side intersection. There is considerable
traffic nearby at the entrance to the Henry Hudson Drive.
pre-war building with nice detailing
One block from Riverside Park
Considerable traffic because of nearby entrance to Henry Hudson