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This prewar coop was built in 1904 and has 32 apartments and 14 floors. The Architects of this building were Herbert Spencer Harde and R. Thomas Short. And the developer was Walter Russell. With and ornate red brick and white trim exterior, this building is uniquely different from most of the rest on this block. And with only 32 apartments, it is more of a boutique coop than it's friends down the street.
The Upper West Side is only a half a block from Central Park and across from The Museum of Natural History. There is plenty of shopping in the area and some of the best restaurants the city has to offer. Plenty of culture and entertainment to keep you busy. Transportation is a breeze with all the express trains close by