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The 32-story apartment building at 100 West 93rd Street on the southwest corner at Columbus Avenue is being converted to condominiums.

The beige-brick building, which is known as Leader House, has 279 apartments.

It was built in 1972 and was designed by Dominick Salvati.

The "L"-shaped building has many balconies on its north and south facades, discrete air-conditioners, and is setback in a landscaped plaza. It has a large entrance marquee and a garage.

The building occupies the west blockfront between 92nd and 93rd Streets on the avenue and there is very good local retail nearby.

It is on the same block as the 10-story Joan of Arc Junior High School that was built in 1940 and it is one block away from Trinity School, one of the city's finest private schools. It is also two blocks to the east of the 93rd Street entrance to the express subway station on Broadway at 96th Street.

The building will have a concierge, bathrooms will have Calcutta Gold marble floors and countertops with chestnut-colored wall tiles and kitchens will have stainless steel dishwashers and refrigerators, indirect lighting, and washers and dryers.

Apartments range in size from studios to two-bedrooms and studio units with about 516 square feet are priced from about $299,500 and with 550 square feet at about $398,400.

The conversion is a non-eviction plan and the exclusive period for tenant purchases ends May 17, 2006.

The site is close to the highest point on Columbus Avenue and is one block from Central Park.
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Architecture Critic Carter Horsley Since 1997, Carter B. Horsley has been the editorial director of CityRealty. He began his journalistic career at The New York Times in 1961 where he spent 26 years as a reporter specializing in real estate & architectural news. In 1987, he became the architecture critic and real estate editor of The New York Post.