One of New York City's most prestigious addresses, Ten Gracie Square overlooks Carl Schurz Park. The building is distinguished by a striking, elaborate rooftop, a through-block driveway to 83rd Street, a unique facade treatment and an asymmetrical rooftop design consisting of square columns that form a loggia with its chimneys. The vaulted driveway with its own marble walkway, colonnade, sentry and iron gates leads to three separate entrances. The prewar building was completed in 1930, and its residents have included Gloria Vanderbilt, conductor Andr?? Kostelanetz, critic Alexander Woollcott and publishers John Fairchild and Horace Havemeyer III. There are now 42 cooperative apartments-some facing the East River with bay windows or balconies. In addition to stunning views of the East River and Carl Schurz Park with its promenade, playground and garden, the building offers a full-time doorman, laundry facilities, a squash court, and storage.