Between York Avenue & East End Avenue
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- 1959Year Built
This 21-story apartment building was erected in 1959 and converted to a cooperative in 1981. It has 94 units.
The building has an attractive polished grey-granite surround around its canopied entrance but a rather unattractive red-brick façade.
The building has a doorman, a small lobby, some terraces, large windows and permits protruding air-conditioners.
Carl Schurz Park is at the other end of this attractive and quiet block and several fine private schools are in the neighborhood. There is excellent crosstown bus service, but the express subway station at Lexington Avenue is quite far away.
Carter B. Horsley
Features & Amenities
- FT Doorman
- Post War
- Basement Storage
- Washer/Dryer in building
- Very close to Carl Schurz Park
- Not too far from fine private schools
- Excellent crosstown bus service
- Consistent fenestration
- Canopied entrance
- Large windows
- Some terraces
- Not close to the subway
- Low ceilings
- Neighborhood still has many tenement structures
- No health club
- No balconies
- No concierge