This attractive, 16-story building was erected in 2000 in the manner of some of the city's better pre-World War II apartment buildings. It has nice proportions, good facade modulation and a handsome roofline with corner pylons and central pavilions. Named after a town in the Adirondack Mountains, its lobby has a wood-beamed ceiling and a large, stone fireplace, imported Pietri di Bedonia blue stone floors and wrought-iron light fixtures.
The rent-stabilized building has a large roof deck, a 24-hour doorman, a fitness room with adjacent visible laundry room and outdoor recreation area on the second floor, a 24-hour attended garage, and state-of-the-art wiring. Apartments have 9' ceilings, Shaker-style golden birch kitchen cabinetry, Chiandone granite island dining counters and individually controlled air-conditioning in living rooms and bedrooms. Apartments on the 14th and 15th floors have fireplaces, washer/dryer units and Arena Bianca marble baths. The two penthouses have 11'4" ceilings, bay windows, large terraces, skylights in large entrance foyers and private elevator lockouts.
The building is convenient to the many restaurants in TriBeCa and is close to the Financial District and City Hall. The neighborhood has good public transportation and a wide variety of shopping. The building was developed by Donald Zucker and is also known as 336 Broadway and 19 Catherine Lane. It was designed by Stephen B. Jacobs and has 147 rental apartments.