By Carter B. Horsley
This attractive, neo-Georgian-style apartment
building was erected in 1929 and converted to a cooperative in
The 20-story building, which was designed by
George F. Pelham, has 68 apartments.
The buildings red-brick exterior is relatively
spartan, but dignified with a terracotta bandcourse of garlands
and terracotta trim around the setback parapets.
Located in the heart of the very desirable
Carnegie Hill neighborhood, it is convenient to many fine schools,
religious and cultural institutions and is close to a good supermarket
on Madison Avenue. An express subway station is at 86th Street
and Lexington Avenue.
It has a doorman and some terraces and protruding
air-conditioners, but no garage, no health club and no balconies.