FEH Freudian Townhouse Features in WSJ Mansion
Wall Street Journal Mansion - June 25, 2015
WSJ Mansion profiles the birthplace of the Institute for Modern Psychoanalysis, a townhouse on the Upper West Side that has an 840-square-foot garden and six decorative fireplaces. The late psychoanalysts Drs. Gerald and Marie Lucas paid $36,000 for this five-story home on New York’s Upper West Side in 1964, according to their daughter, Wendy Lucas. Their estate is now selling the house where they raised three children and founded the Institute for Modern Psychoanalysis. The townhouse is about 18 feet wide and roughly 5,368 square feet, with a more than 1,220-square-foot finished basement.