Among the Upper West Side's most spectacular Gilded Age buildings.
One block, three towers, built by William Waldorf Astor in 1901 and positioned as one of the most prominent residential buildings in New York City's Upper West SideThe Astor offers the pedigree and elegance of a pre-war gem, with the modern conveniences and straight forward purchase structure of a condominium. Re-imagined for today, with grand proportions and gracious layouts, The Astor has received a detailed restoration and modern upgrades suited for today's homeowner. A distinguished façade by Clinton & Russell features unique grey brick, a rusticated limestone base, hand carved Juliet balconies, with an imposing copper cornice.
Situated on Broadway between 75th and 76th Streets, this architecture and location cannot be replicated.