This distinctive Renaissance Revival style prewar apartment building built ca. 1912 was designed by George F. Pelham (1886-1937). The landmark façade is deep red brick ornamented with a rusticated stone base, entrance with scrolled keystone, garlands and cornice with dentils and swags. Pelham specialized in apartment buildings, and after 40 years of practice, had designed more apartment houses than any architect before him. Pelham planned large 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments. Number 236 is a walk-up building in the heart of the East Village Historic District.
- Renovated apartments with modern kitchens and baths
- Washer/dryer in each apartment
- Live-in super
- Pet friendly
- Easy access to 6 train and a few blocks to B, D, F, M, N, Q, R, and W lines