If you are in the market for an upscale, luxurious, pre-war apartment building in Manhattan’s finest neighborhood, consider the Ritz Tower. Located at 465 Park Avenue, this building was constructed in 1926, and designed by Emery Roth & Sons, who are famous for many prestigious buildings in the area. The building has 41 stories, and 115 units.
It is located at the same spot as what used to be Le Pavillon, a famous French restaurant that defined the local neighborhood for many years. It is also known for being the home of Arthur Brisbane, an editor for Hearst, who lived in an 18-room apartment until 1938.
Most homes in this building have been recently renovated, so you can expect updated details and appliances, complementing the 20s charm. Each home is unique in its floor plan, but you can definitely expect luxury, spacious rooms, and open floor plans. The floor plates allow for plenty of room to live and entertain, and if you’re interested in converting rooms to offices or libraries, it is most likely an option.
The building is located off 57th street. Just steps from the front door, you’ll find world class shopping on Madison Avenue, excellent restaurants such as Nobu, and all the best entertainment with Carnegie Hall and Central Park just a stone throw away.
If you’re interested in apartments for sale in the Ritz Tower call us at (646) 568 – 7175
This is a cooperative building and the process of buying or renting can be a little bit difficult. It is highly recommended you use an experienced agent when contemplating purchases in 465 Park Avenue.