|Number of Units:||248|
This 33-story rental apartment tower was erected in 1982 by Glenwood Management, one of the city's leading builders of luxury apartment buildings, and has 8 apartments a floor.
It has 248 apartments and was designed by Costas Konylis.
The rather conventional slab form of the tower is made interesting by indenting the second window bay on each side of its broad facades, a simple but subtle touch.
The building, which is located at 320 East 46th Street, has a free health club, a doorman, a garage, video security, a sundeck, a private garden, storage space, a bicycle room and valet service.
The building is very convenient to the United Nations, and its spacious and attractive park, and is not far from Grand Central Terminal and the Midtown Business District.
Its midblock location affords many good views as well as being quieter than a site along an avenue.