Andrew Goodman Building, Upper West Side, NYC

This building was originally a 1973 addition to the Walden School at the corner Central Park West and 88th Street. The school went bankrupt in 1987 and most of the original school was demolished for large-scale condominiums. The addition, constructed by alumni Edgar Tafel, who died this year, still remains and is now part of the Trevor Day School.

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