35-50 82nd Street


  • Cooperative (D4)
  • 82nd Street Tenants Corp
  • 34 units
  • Community District 403
  • City Council District 25
  • Police Precinct 115
  • Block/lot: 1281/33
  • Date: 1936-37
  • Stories: 6
  • Architect: Kavy & Kavovitt
  • Style: Neo-Georgian
  • Developer: 35-40 82nd Street Corp.


Managed by Alexander Wolf & Company, Inc.


Built in 1936-37, the six-story building at 35-50 82nd Street and its neighbor, the Stephen Hall Apartments  were designed by Kavy & Kavovitt for the same developer. The buildings are among the later apartment buildings erected in the historic district. No. 35-50, the smaller and slightly later building of the two, continues the facade design of Stephen Hall. Neo-Georgian in style, the red brick facade of the building is trimmed with white stone detail. The upper facade has a brick and stone templefront motif, with brick pilasters supporting a trjangular pediment containing an oculus and swags. Other elements typical of the neo-Georgian style are the brickwork simulating quoins; brick stringcourses; and such stone accents as splayed lintels, keystones, dentils, and moldings. The arched entrance contains a wood and glass door with flanking panels and sidelights, similar to the main doors of the Stephen Hall Apartments. A fixed awning has been added above the entrance. A balcony has been removed from the center bays of the third story, although the brackets remain.


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