For over a century, The Apthorp has been a celebrated yet serene enclave in the heart of New York’s Upper West Side. Conceived in 1908 as the largest, most ambitious apartment house ever built, each of its apartments were unique designs, created with the kind of craftsmanship that today cannot be purchased for any price.
- Italian Renaissance Revival architecture
- Richly ornamented limestone façade, iconic iron entry gates
- One of four private courtyard drive pre-war buildings
- 161 condominium residences
The Apthorp is a treasured landmark for its Italian Renaissance Revival Architecture. The iconic building includes iron entry gates, limestone façade and private courtyard drive. This full-service luxury condominium with attended East and West gatehouses has four separate residential lobbies each with a doorman. Mail is delivered by hand. The Apthorp has on-site parking as well.
The 6,500 square foot amenity suite features a private spa and fitness center with weight training and cardio equipment, a separate yoga studio, two adjoining treatment suites each with a full bath, steam room and sauna. The entertainment suite includes a bar, catering kitchen, integrated media and billiards, and a children’s playroom.
The Apthorp is located in the heart of the Upper West Side. Located between Riverside Park and Central Park, the condominium provides easy access to cultural institutions including the Museum of Natural History, the American Folk Art Museum, the Beacon Theatre and Lincoln Center. The neighborhood’s gourmet grocery stores include Zabar’s, Fairway and Citarella, and the area is also home to countless restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisines, from casual to fine dining.