Prewar Condo Built 1906 in
Upper West Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
As one of Manhattan's first grand luxury apartment houses and the world's largest residential buildings at its creation- The Apthorp is now reborn as a land marked condominium where history meets modernity in the heart of the Upper Westside. Modeled after The Pitti Palace in Florence the iconic iron gates open to the east and west side of the expansive landscaped internal courtyard. The Apthorp was conceived by William Waldorf Astor and brought to life by architects, Clinton and Russell. The grandeur of New York's Gilded Age is expressed through the building's exquisitely detailed ceilings, moldings and mantels. The Apthorp offers grand residences from four to twelve rooms that feature ceilings heights which range in from twelve to fourteen feet. These residences feature many unique details such as original herringbone wood floors, hand-cut mosaic tile entry foyers and hand crafted ceiling moldings. Every residence is unique and no two floor plans are alike.