By Carter B. Horsley
This light-brown-brick apartment
building has a half-story limestone base and an unusual two-story
entrance surround that is a protruding arch surmounted by two
small angular elements.
The building, which has sidewalk
landscaping, a doorman and a concierge, but no garage, permits
The building has a canopied,
sidestreet entrance and its sidestreet facade has three multi-story
window surrounds near the top while its West End Avenue facade
has only two.
The building is convenient
to Riverside Park and is not far from a subway station at 96th
Street and Broadway.