The Mondrian, designed by Fox & Fowle, is not only stunning but, perhaps more unusual for New York, colorful. The building is named after the great modernist painter famed for his designs of colored grids. The aluminum and glass curtain wall of this tower sports vibrant blues and reds and whites. The 43-story, 178-unit condominium tower was opened in early 1992. It was developed by Charles B. Benenson and Laurence A. and Preston R. Tisch. The building offers 24 hour premium services including an on-site building manager as well as full-time concierge, doorman and maintenance coverage. An Equinox fitness club is located in the building and residents have access through the main lobby. The building also has a wrap-around sun terrace on the 5th floor and laundry services in the basement although most units have washer-dryers.