235 West 75th Street which occupies the entire Broadway frontage between 75th and 76th Streets has been called one of the most handsome residential buildings on the Upper West Side. Expanded upon in 1914, the elegant three-tower silhouette is finished in grey brick and is crowned by an elaborate decorative cornice. Now elegantly restored into stylish traditional condominium homes by Pembrooke & Ives, the property features a mosaic-detailed lobby, twenty-four-hour concierge and state-of-the-art interior enhancements.
Newly crafted bronze and glass entry doors lead to the Gilded Age splendor of the lobby of The Astor. Restored mosaic tiled stone floors, walls and plaster crown moldings surround a new monolithic marble slab concierge desk with bronze inlays and a newly commissioned plaster relief sculpture backdrop. The timeless, yet contemporary finishes by Pembrooke & Ives include decorative lighting, new plaster fresco paneling, and an intimate seating area framed by the wood burning marble fireplace. Services include a 24-hour concierge, mail room, package room and cold storage.
The marble fireplace is flanked by aged bronze lion countenances.
Original mosaic tilework has been preserved throughout.
The marble mantelpiece reflects the level of craftsmanship throughout The Astor.
Atrium staircases with restored iron balustrades are found in all three towers.
The loft-like proportioned studio is professionally outfitted with state-of-the-art cardio and conditioning equipment. An oversized, wood-trimmed, mirrored wall features a mounted barre, ideal for stretching or other kinetic movements. Additional thoughtful services and amenities that are designed to enhance the resident’s lifestyle include a 24-hour concierge, bike parking, and private storage units that are available for purchase.