Completed in 1990 and designed by the architecture firm of Emery Roth & Sons, this 44-story condominium tower has 205 apartments, most of which have two or more bedrooms. The building's plaza was designed to resemble a landscaped European cobblestone court garden with stone seats around the perimeter. The building's second-floor health club includes a pool, and there is a 9,500-square-foot terrace on the same floor. The Oxford was one of the first buildings on the Upper East Side to be handicapped-accessible, so its entrances and hallways are wide. Amenities at this pet-friendly condominium residence include a full-time doorman, a concierge, health club with a pool and outdoor basketball court, full-service garage and laundry facilities. The building's Lenox Hill/Upper East Side location puts residents in a quiet, desirable residential area near Midtown businesses and east side hospitals as well as plenty of dining and shopping options.