Turn of the Century Grandeur- design it yourself! This is an incredible opportunity to create your dream home at The Apthorp, and bring back the glory of the brilliant bones of this home, in any way you choose. Spread out over approximately 4,759 square feet, apartments 3A and 4A at the Apthorp can be joined to create a spectacular duplex home. As envisioned by an architect familiar with iconic building, the lower level could house 4 spacious bedrooms with closets galore and each bedroom having its own en-suite bathroom. The Master suite might face the lovely and tranquil Apthorp courtyard garden, while the other bedrooms face either East over Broadway and the courtyard. There could also be a laundry room on this floor. The upper level might house the grand living and entertaining space. The windowed kitchen could be open to the dining room and both could have lovely courtyard garden views. There could be a powder room off of the dining area. A 20' long gallery might separate the kitchen and dining area from the living room and library, both of which might face East over Broadway. There could be a new full bathroom off of the library making it the perfect convertible guest bedroom! Throughout this stunning space are nearly 11 foot ceilings, gigantic windows and beautiful original turn of the century details.
The apartment will be delivered "as is" with incredible potential to be restored or reimagined.
The Apthorp, one of the most iconic and historic buildings on the Upper West Side, was built between 1906 and 1908 on what was then called "Bloomingdale Road," now known as Broadway. Designed by architects Clinton and Russell for William Waldorf Astor, the style is Italian Renaissance Revival and some say was modeled after the Pitti Palace in Florence. This stunning structure occupies the full block between Broadway and West End Avenue and between West 78th and West 79th streets. Arguably one of the most monumental and magnificent buildings in the city, The Apthorp is built around a large interior courtyard that is planted with flowers and greenery surrounding two ornate fountains. Originally meant for horse drawn carriages, today the courtyard is usable by residents to drive up in cars and be dropped off or to drop off luggage.
The Apthorp was designated a New York City landmark in 1969, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. Today The Apthorp has been reimagined as a luxury condominium, while retaining all of its turn of the century grandeur and glamour. The Apthorp's 6,500 square foot amenities suite includes a private spa and fitness center, separate yoga/exercise studio, two treatment rooms with full baths, steam room, sauna, entertainment suite with bar, catering kitchen, integrated media and billiards, playroom and craft center, and individual storage rooms. There are two grand gates with doormen, one on the Broadway side and one on the West End Avenue side. Within the gates are 4 attended lobbies, in each corner of the building.
There is a pending assessment for Q1 of 2021. The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the Sponsor. File # CD070555. Sponsor Name: IT 2211 Owner LLC, c/o Imperial Companies, 888 7th Avenue, 27th Floor, New York, New York 10019. Equal Housing Opportunity.