Riverside Apartments New York

This low-rent housing project, which originally contained nineteen stores and 280 two-to four-room apartments, was built at the river's edge by local businessman Alfred T. White. Its western unit was demolished to make way for the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in 1953. The destruction also took several rows of brownstones, prompting the Brooklyn Heights Association to lobby highway czar Robert Moses to cover the resulting eyesore with an Esplanade overlooking the East River.

910 Riverside Drive Apartments - New York, New York 10032

Riverside Drive New York, NY

140 Riverside Boulevard at Trump Place | Wired New York

Avery, 100 Riverside Boulevard has received a CityRealty Rating of 75 ...

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