Built in 1936 and converted to a cooperative in 1972, this 15-story Art-Deco-style building is recognizable by its bold banding in beige and brown brick, dramatic balconies with stainless steel walls near the top of the building and a canopied entrance flanked with tall lanterns highlighted by three-story limestone pilasters. It also has an elegant, renovated step-down lobby. The building's 88 large apartments offer original Deco details like large entry foyers, step-down living rooms, parquet floors, high beamed ceilings, crown moldings, fireplaces and curved staircases. Amenities at this pet-friendly co-op include a full-time doorman, a concierge, laundry facilities, storage and a renovated roof deck overlooking the Central Park Reservoir. This prime Upper East Side location puts residents steps from Central Park as well as the famed "Museum Mile," Madison Avenue shopping and restaurants and all that this highly desirable neighborhood has to offer.