12-story building at
It was erected in 1910 and has 27 cooperative apartments, many of them duplexes.
The impressive brown-brick building has a high cast-iron fence around it and the canopied entrance leads to a four-step-up, colonnaded portico with Tuscan columns. The Gramercy Proposed Historic District Extension noted that above the portico are round-arched windows embellished with finely carved garlands of fruit.
The building has several impressive decorative balconies and a cornice and a three-story stone base. It is pet friendly.
building, which is also known as
is convenient to the many restaurants in the Flatiron and
It was designed by Herbert Lucas who also designed the 24 Gramercy Park South.
to Andrew Alpern in his book “Luxury Apartment
Houses of Manhattan,” the building was erected by a company headed by
Corning and the design of
The building originally had only 12 units.
Residents have included Uma Thurman and Winona Ryder, the actresses, and Danny Meyer, the restaurateur.