This nine-story apartment building was designed by Helme, Corbett, & Harrison and constructed in 1929 in the neo-Renaissance style. The building has served as the home of feminist writer, playwright, and essayist Dawn Powell; Charlotte Curtis, the first woman associate editor of The New York Times; Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell; and theater historian and educator Dr. Nellie McCaslin.

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Photo by Dylan Chandler