The Devon was built in 1961 and converted to a condominium in 2003. It offers 1-2 bedroom apartments featuring oak floors, stainless steel kitchen appliances and granite countertops. A rooftop garden affords great views of the city and Empire State Building.
An Art Deco advocate known for his six-story apartment complexes, Leo Stillman was one of the first architects in New York to use poured concrete to build his designs. A graduate of the Beaux Arts Institute of Design, he was also known for his taste in dropped living rooms, concealed radiators, and courtyards to provide a respite from city life.