This attractive, 13-story
building was erected in 1915 and converted to a cooperative in
1981. It has 63 apartments.
The dark beige-brick building
has a canopied entrance with wood doors and a concierge. The building's
facades are embellished with pilasters at the top and base and
the building has a small cornice. It has a one-story rusticated
limestone base and permits protruding air-conditioners and has
One block away from Riverside
Park, the building is also close to a local subway station and
cross-town bus service at 96th Street and Broadway. Very good
neighborhood shopping is nearby and steadily improving as high-end
retailers continue to advance up Broadway.