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Astor Court Building

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Astor Court Building
Astor Court Bldg Bwy W89 jeh.jpg
View of the building
Location in Manhattan
General information
Type Coop
Address Between 89th Street and 90th Street
Town or city New York, NY
Country United States
Coordinates 40°47′25″N 73°58′28″W / 40.7903°N 73.9745°W / 40.7903; -73.9745
Construction started 1916
Completed 1916
Technical details
Structural system Skyscraper
Floor count 13
Design and construction
Architect Charles A. Platt (building)
Ellen Biddle Shipman (landscape)

The Astor Court Building is a 12-story, 164 unit apartment building on Broadway between West 89th Street and 90th Street on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York City built in 1920.

It was designed by architect Charles A. Platt for developer Vincent Astor.[1] The twelve-story building is constructed around a landscaped courtyard. Architectural historian Christopher Gray believes that the landscape architect may have been Ellen Biddle Shipman.[2] The building became a co-op in 1985.[2]

Famous residents include Joy Behar from The View.

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References

  1. ^ Vincent Astor/s New Building Noteworthy Addition to the West Side, New York Times, April 23, 1916
  2. ^ a b 89th Street and Broadway; In a 1916 Astor Building, a Private Garden Grows, By CHRISTOPHER GRAY, New York Times, July 1, 2001 [1]
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