Readers can revel in vivid description and the satisfying characters that fill these pages. (Publishers Weekly)
Entertaining and well-written. . . . Recommended. (Library Journal) --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Kind of outdated at this time, although the history of the beginning of the building is interesting. Not enough material for a whole book.Published 3 hours ago by ROBIN DICKSON
Suitable for all ages. Fun summer read. Interesting history of a landmark New York building. Gossipy accounts of some the Dakotas famous residents.Published 2 days ago by Cathie Olson
very interesting, there is more to the dakota than john lennons addressPublished 8 days ago by fran atkins
Stephen Birmingham has done it again. His investigative reporting of a piece of New York life was interesting in that only at the Dakota could anyone have such a life as the... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Marie J. Rogers
I was expecting something a little different but even though I put this down several times, read it to the end. Parts were interesting.Published 18 days ago by Carol
An unusual story about an "apartment building" unlike any other. Fascinating story about the people who lived there and how the building itself is the most overwhelming... Read morePublished 25 days ago by gwens11