Apthorp, built by William Waldof Astor and modeled after Florence’s Pitti Palace, is a landmark building made in the Italian Renaissance Revival style that has recently been renovated and meticulously restored to its original 1908 condition.
The grand style and architectural features of iconic iron entry gates, rich ornamented limestone facade, private courtyard drive are many of the elements that set Apthorp apart from other NYC landmark condos. Hand-cut mosaic tile, limestone accents and coffered ceilings set an elegant tone in The Apthorp’s lobby. The apartments feature restored pre-war design details, parquet floors, soaring 12-to-14-foot ceilings — sharing space with some very modern conveniences. Each of the apartments have state-of-the-art kitchens with top-of-the-line kitchen cabinetry and appliances. Amenities at the Apthorp include 24-hour doorman and concierge services, fitness center, entertainment suite with bar, children’s play room, on-site parking garage, live-in superintendent, and individual storage rooms (for purchase). Major garden courtyards and a central fountain highlight The Apthorp’s stunning, old New York landscaping.