The Semiramis was named for a beautiful Assyrian queen who was said to be the inspiration for the building of Babylon. The renowned architect Henry Anderson, built in 1901. This well-maintained elegant condominium building of the beaux-art style has a facade of maroon brick and rough-cut stone of the facade maroon brick and rough-cut limestone with the exquisite features of that reflect the affluent and textured history of the area. 37 units offer incredible southern light and reaching views of Central Park. The building has a doorman and video security.