The Orwell house is a grand and beautiful apartment house built in 1906 before the war. When it was converted to a cooperative, it opened its doors to residents. Even though the entrance of the building seems small, it makes up with the large metal marquee on the side street leads. Once you enter this entrance facing the Central Park, there are a number of medical offices there. There is a cornice on the second to the last floor and has protruding air-conditioners. Public transportation is easy for the residents of the building since it is very close to subway station and cross-town bus services. The best thing that the building has to offer is its close proximity to the Central Park. The Central Park in fact acts as the lawn of this building. Who wouldn’t want to live in a structure that connects to the famous Central Park?