This apartment building at 110th Street and Broadway is a handsome addition to the Morningside Heights neighborhood. As a whole, the building is organized by the rhythm of its apartments. The paneled base brings forward its important corner with engaging warm cast stone and abundant metal detail, while the floors above the required setback are set off in clear and fritted glass.
The condominium development introduced 53 rare new 2-, 3-, and 4-bedroom family units onto a sunny corner with views of Riverside Park and the Hudson River. Setting a new standard for architecture in a neighborhood still haunted by the institutional failures of the 1960s, the building had an immediate appeal to buyers and was soon fully occupied.