970 Park Avenue
The 12-story building was erected in 1912. In 1940 the bank that owned the building reconfigured the building, altering the original spacious apartments into smaller units. In 1987 it was converted to a cooperative in 1987 by Martin J. Raynes; Raynes added two triplex penthouses with "greenhouse" studies, circular staircases and large terraces.
- New York streetscapes: tales of Manhattan's significant buildings and landmarks, Christopher Gray, Suzanne Braley, 2005, p.245.