A striking example of Mediterranean Revival architecture. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was designed and built by Walter E. Stuckert in the early 1900’s. Ornate pillars and decorative iron balconies contribute to the Mediterranean character of the building. Units feature stucco walls, solid hardwood floors, separate formal dining/office areas and an abundance of windows & closets make this a perfect place to call home. The building is located on the fashionable and lively lower east side between North Ave and Brady St. Walk to Colectivo for your morning brew or Whole Foods for your weekly shopping needs.