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Top 10 Art Deco Apartment Buildings in New York City

#1 - River House, 435 East 52nd Street

Co-op in Beekman/Sutton Place

From its eagle-flanked driveway entrance to its gracefully curved pinnacle, River House combines Art Deco and Beaux Arts motifs to excellent effect to create one of the finest cooperatives in the city, if not the world.


Price Range
$3.5M - $20M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$1,328
Apts Available
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#2 - One Wall Street, 1 Wall Street

Condo in Financial District

At the time One Wall Street was originally constructed as headquarters for Irving Trust Company, it was the tenth-tallest building in the world. It has since been outstripped in terms of height, but its undulating limestone facade and Art Deco style were instrumental in its designation as a New York City Landmark in 2001.¿¿


#3 - The Towers of the Waldorf Astoria, 303 Park Avenue

Condo in Midtown East

"There are grand hotels, and then there's The Waldorf." So says architecture critic¿¿Carter Horsley¿¿of the iconic Art Deco skyscraper on Park Avenue. The building has undergone a partial conversion to include luxury condominiums as well as hotel rooms, but the landmarked facade and interiors like the Grand Ballroom, West Lounge, and Park Avenue lobby have been beautifully restored to their former glory.

¿¿of the iconic Art Deco skyscraper on Park Avenue. The building has undergone a partial conversion to include luxury condominiums as well as hotel rooms, but the landmarked facade and interiors like the Grand Ballroom, West Lounge, and Park Avenue lobby have been beautifully restored to their former glory.


Price Range
$1.8M - $18.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,781
Apts Available
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#4 - 70 Pine Street

No fee rental in Financial District

When 952-foot-tall 70 Pine Street rose in 1932, the tower yielded only to the Empire State and the Chrysler buildings in terms of both height and Art Deco elegance. The 2016 apartment conversion instantly propelled the slender, setbacked landmark into the top ranks of New York City¿¿¿s Art Deco-styled apartment buildings.


Studios Starting At
$3,395
11 Available
1 Bed Starting At
$4,375
2 Available
2 Beds Starting At
$7,195
7 Available

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#5 - One Hundred Barclay Tribeca, 100 Barclay Street

Condo in Tribeca

Located at the junction of Tribeca, the Financial District, and Battery Park City, One Hundred Barclay Tribeca is one of New York's first Art Deco skyscrapers. The building was originally constructed as the headquarters for the New York Telephone Company, and the original lobby and murals have been beautifully preserved amidst its conversion to an amenity-rich condominium.


Price Range
$3M - $6.2M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,018
Apts Available
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#6 - The Eldorado, 300 Central Park West

Co-op in Central Park West

The Eldorado¿¿¿s twin spires grace the romantic skyline of Central Park West near the Reservoir. The ornate yet austere skyscraper exemplifies the gradual transition from classical opulence to avant-garde modernism.


Price Range
$950K - $15M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$1,623
Apts Available
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#7 - The Ardsley, 320 Central Park West

Co-op in Central Park West

Versatile Art Deco draws inspiration from a variety of influences, ancient and modern alike. The style was the nation¿¿¿s first to pay homage to ancient American architecture as well as European prototypes. Meandering geometric patterns decorate the stalwart Ardsley, which rises in stepped setbacks like a Mayan pyramid.

The style was the nation¿¿¿s first to pay homage to ancient American architecture as well as European prototypes. Meandering geometric patterns decorate the stalwart Ardsley, which rises in stepped setbacks like a Mayan pyramid.


Price Range
$875K - $7.5M
Apts Available
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#8 - The Majestic, 115 Central Park West

Co-op in Central Park West

The twin towers of the Majestic at Central Park West rise to boldly-ribbed pinnacles that borrow as much from flying buttresses of European cathedrals as from the chrome-plated grill of a sporty hot-rod.


Price Range
$7.7M - $12M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,641
Apts Available
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#9 - The Century, 25 Central Park West

Condo in Central Park West

The twin-towered Century at Central Park West combines horizontal and vertical patterns in a bold modern manner, while its warm beige brick references the Upper West Side¿¿¿s pre-war context.


Price Range
$1.1M - $4.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,090
Apts Available
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#10 - The Carlyle, 35 East 76th Street

Co-op in Park/Fifth Ave. to 79th St.

Home of the storied Bemelman's Bar, The Carlyle is a New York City Landmark and one of the most prominent prewar towers on the Upper East Side. The beige brick facade and peaked roofs are classic elements of Art Deco design.


Price Range
$2.8M
Apts Available
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