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860 Park Avenue

This attractive, 16-story building was designed by York & Sawyer, the architectural firm best known for its great bank buildings including the Federal Reserve Bank at 33 Liberty Street, the Bowery Savings Bank at 110 East 42nd Street and the former Central Savings Bank at 2100 Broadway at 73rd Street. The building, which has a three-story, rusticated limestone base and attractive decorative medallions in arched elements over second-story windows, has only one apartment per floor. It was erected in 1925 and converted to a cooperative in 1945.

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