Apr 29, 2015

235 West 75th Street | The Astor Condo Conversion



235 West 75th Street | The Astor
The Astor is located at 75th Street and Broadway in the heart of the Upper West Side Landmark District. The Astor was commissioned by William Waldorf Astor in 1901, updated with the addition of a third tower in 1914. The building is 12 stories, with 199 units. 

The Astor is among the Upper West Side's most spectacular Gilded Age buildings. This trio of apartment buildings, first developed by William Waldorf Astor in 1901, is being converted by HFZ Capital Group who commissioned Pembrooke & Ives to re-envision The Astor as luxury condominium residences. 



When completed they will offer a total of 68 residences with one to four bedroom layouts and pricing from $1.5 to $9.4 million.



Prewar details remain, from the decorative cornice that crowns the exterior to the intricate mosaic and marble details that lend the lobby its elegant and welcoming character. 


Images courtesy of 
http://theastor.com
Residents enjoy the convenience of 24-hour concierge service, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a children’s playroom, a bike room, and private storage. The Astor is perfectly situated between Central and Riverside Parks and within walking distance of the Upper West Side’s distinct array of cultural and historic attractions, gourmet food markets, restaurants and transportation. Anticipated closing on these residences start by the end of this year. 

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