The New York Times 1996
July 14, 1996.
“From Brazil to Boca to a Co-op in a Former Mansion” by Tracie Rozhon.
Excerpts from an article describing an elegant triplex apartment on the Upper East Side.
“In an age of bleached woods, sisal rugs and beige furniture, it is somewhat shocking to come upon an apartment immaculately done over in a style that can only be labeled as opulent”
with its elaborate new cherry floor, its exquisite moldings, its oil paintings and its two Roman busts on pedestals.”
(it) has one of the city’s sunniest, most stunning front living rooms, with its fireplace and its widely curving full-fronted bow window, which faces south.”