Updated: Jun 08, 2018
The Astor
235 West 75th Street, New York, NY
Sales from $1,881,000 to $7,500,000
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Building Type
Condo
Completed
2015
Units & Stories
98 Units
12 Stories
Selling Status
Selling
Description
The Astor is a new condo development at 235 West 75th Street, New York. The development was completed in 2015. Sales for available units range in price from $1,881,000 to $7,500,000. The Astor has a total of 98 units, sizes range from 950 to 3253 square feet.
Development Details
Building Type:
Condo
Ownership:
Condominium
Ceilings:
-
Selling Status:
Selling
Sales Started:
April 2015
Construction Status:
Complete
Construction Started:
-
Completed In:
2015
Website:
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Amenities
Package Room
Children's Playroom
Cold Storage
Fitness Center
Private Storage Units
Mail Room
Bicycle Storage
Lobby
24 Hour Concierge
Sale Prices
Sale Prices - Available Units:
from $1,881,000 to $7,500,000
Cost to Purchase Parking:
-
Cost to Purchase Storage:
-
C.C / Maint:
$1.31 Per SqFt per Month
Deposit Structure:
-
Co-op Fee Realtors:
-
Percent Sold:
87.76%
Development Summary
From The Astor:

The Astor is among the Upper West Side’s most spectacular Gilded Age buildings.

Recognizable by its three towers between 75th and 76th Streets on Broadway, this turn-of-the-20th-century residence seamlessly combines classic architectural design with modern finishes. The Astor was commissioned by William Waldorf Astor in 1901, updated with the addition of a third tower in 1914, and recently restored by the venerable design firm of Pembrooke & Ives. Exceptional 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.

The new residences at The Astor retain many of the refined details of their prewar design, with ceilings as high as ten feet, wood-burning fireplaces, and decorative moldings. They have been updated to include features such as double-paned bay windows and three-paneled doors as well as top-of-the-line appliances and fixtures. Astor 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.
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INSPIRED CRAFTMANSHIP
The prewar design details—including ceilings as high as ten feet tall, custom moldings, three-paneled doors and newly installed double-paned bay windows—offer a stylish and versatile canvas. This open-concept, four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath residence is enhanced with a library/home office accessed through double pocket doors.

KITCHEN WITH CUSTOM MILLWORK
The white lacquer and stained oak cabinetry is designed by Pembrooke & Ives to be warm and welcoming, and is complemented by Calacatta Gold countertops and backsplash. An integrated suite of top-of-the-line appliances by Gaggenau, Miele, and Sub-Zero completes the eat-in kitchen. Select residences include a discreet laundry room adjacent to the kitchen, featuring additional pantry storage and a Bosch washer and dryer.

MASTER BATH WITH FREESTANDING SOAKING TUB
The windowed master bath is reflective of the grace and grandeur of the traditional homes at The Astor. Envisioned by Pembrooke & Ives, the spacious bath is clad in various luxurious marbles, including Calacatta Gold, Tundra Grey, and Nero Gold; the bath shown features a stone mosaic wall. The dual-sink vanity is crafted from white oak and is accessorized with Lefroy Brooks polished nickel fittings.

RESTORED FIREPLACE
A working wood fireplace anchors the living room of this two-bedroom residence. The elegant condominium homes have been re-envisioned by Pembrooke & Ives with highly detailed contemporary finishes, including seven-inch-wide rift and quartered white oak flooring, ceilings soaring as high as ten feet tall and accentuated with custom moldings, and open eat-in kitchens.

RICH ARCHITECTURAL DETAILING
Custom ceiling moldings and floorboards reflect the prewar sensibility of the residences. The highlights of the living area in this corner four-bedroom home include a bay window and a restored working fireplace with a contemporary mantel designed by Pembrooke & Ives. All of the spacious residences feature open kitchens with custom millwork, Calacatta Gold countertops and backsplashes, and stained white oak islands.
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