210 Riverside Drive is a handsome prewar Co-op built in 1909 by the prolific architectural firm, Schwartz & Gross. With twelve floors and approximately 88 units, 210 Riverside Drive was designed in an ornate Renaissance style with a rusticated base and symmetrical brick façade with elaborate decorative plasterwork particularly on the top portion of the building. The elegant marble lobby has coffered ceilings, beautiful original Tiffany-style stained glass windows, and was featured in the popular 1998 film, You've Got Mail, as "Joe Fox's" (Tom Hanks) building lobby.
The residences feature generously proportioned rooms, high ceilings, charming arched doorways, and picture frame moldings and vary in size from studios to three bedroom homes.
210 Riverside Drive is a pet-friendly, lovingly maintained building with a full-time concierge/elevator operator, live in super, central laundry, and storage and bike rooms. It is located on a quiet stretch of Riverside Drive directly across from Joan of Arc Park between 93rd and 94th Streets.
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