This red brick residential cooperative building on the southeast corner of 81st street was designed by Sugerman, Hess & Berger and erected in 1924. It was converted to a co-op in 1961. It has an attractive canopied entrance with a two-story high limestone pilasters and a nice terra cotta frieze around its third floor and at the top of the building. This 17 story, doorman building has a nice dark wood paneled lobby and only two apartments per floor. The building is centrally located only two blocks from the Metropolitan Museum on Fifth Ave and many art galleries along Madison Avenue. Crosstown buses run on 79th street and one of the best and desirable city schools, P.S. 6, is one block away.
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
A. Whitney Gettinger