Residential Units: 19
Commercial Units: 2 (Postal, Oddfellows Ice Cream)
Borough of Manhattan
Tax Map Block 460, Lot 49
Date Built: c.1897
Architect/Builder: George F. Pelham
Original Owner: Joseph L. Buttenweiser
Type: Apartment building
Style: Renaissance Revival
Material(s): Brick; stone; terra cotta
Special Windows: Round-arch fenestration with egg-and-dart architraves and foliated keystones; at the fifth story
Significant Architectural Features: Continuous projecting windows (with curving segments at the fifth story); beveled lintels at the second through the fourth stories; foliated band course below the third-story sills; bracketed cornice with dentils and swags
Building Notes: Source for New Building information: New York City Department of Buildings records. Numerous buildings within the district designed by Pelham appear to utilize identical or nearly identical facade including: 65, 67 and 75 East 4th Street.
Recent History: The City took title to the property in 1976, and transferred ownership to the Cooper Square Mutual Housing Association in 2001. The building was converted to a cooperative in 2012.