Built in 1923, this cooperative residence two apartments on each of the 16 floors. Each unit features a wood fireplace, pre-war architectural interior decorations, and large windows. The building also has a 24-hour doorman.
Fred Fillmore French
A lifelong New Yorker and important aesthetic contributor to Manhattan's turn-of-the-century architectural style, Fred French is today best known for his seminal work on Tudor City's instantly-identifiable red-brick buildings and his role in the development of New York's rent control laws.