• Artist's rendering of proposed renovation.


    The Buchanan is a classic pre-war building, rich in architectural details of the period. It was designed by Lafayette Goldstone and built in 1928. Goldstone is renowned for designing many significant New York City buildings.

  • The Buchanan with its lushly landscaped private garden courtyard is modeled on grand pre-war buildings such as The Apthorp, The Belnord, 1185 Park Avenue, and The Dakota.
  • While most other buildings are now cooperatives and condominiums, The Buchanan remains an exclusive residential pre-war rental. With its expansive layouts, The Buchanan balances the warmth of pre-war living with a convenient modern location.