The Towers of the Waldorf Astoria
The Towers of the Waldorf Astoria Overview and Details
Inspired by the hotel’s classic grandeur, internationally acclaimed designer Jean-Louis Deniot has created residences that balance modern comfort with Art Deco opulence; blending the old and the new; the European and the American; the grand and the intimate. Each residence celebrates the scale and beauty of the original architecture—a perfect balance of aesthetic and practical considerations—with windows that replicate the building’s original design and flood the rooms with dynamic views of the New York cityscape. Kitchens feature wood and lacquer cabinetry custom-designed by Deniot and fabricated by Italian design house Molteni&C, cleverly concealing top-of-the-line German appliances by Gaggenau. Elegant primary bathrooms offer heated floors, rain showers, and custom Italian vanities. Handcrafted finishes, natural materials, and subtle Art Deco references bring a sense of history to these gracious contemporary spaces.
The Towers of the Waldorf Astoria is the conversion of the top floors of one of the world's most legendary hotels into 375 condominiums. Developer Dajia is renovating the 1931 landmark with interiors designed by Jean-Louis Deniot and an art collection curated by art collector and auctioneer Simon de Pury.
Amenities will include a private porte-cochere and an 82-foot lap pool. In the meantime, the hotel is also being restored and upgraded, with iconic landmarked interiors, such as the West Lounge, Grand Ballroom, and the Park Avenue lobby, restored by the esteemed architecture firm Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill.
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The Towers of the Waldorf Astoria Prices
|Property Type||Bedroom||Bath||SQM Range||Price Range|
|Studio||Studio||-||49-52||$ 1,825,000 - $ 1,895,000|
|1+1||1||-||75-92||$ 2,675,000 - $ 3,750,000|
|2+1||2||-||135-160||$ 5,550,000 - $ 6,250,000|
|3+1||3||-||216-234||$ 9,800,000 - $ 10,600,000|
|4+1||4||-||276||$ 18,500,000 - $ 18,500,000|