The Astor is Now Over 70% Sold

Activity is buzzing at one of the most celebrated landmarked condominiums in New York City history.

In just two weeks, three contracts were signed at The Astor, CIM Group’s early 1900s conversion on Broadway between 75th and 76th streets. This brings the condominium over the 70% sold mark, with remaining residences available for immediate occupancy.

Contracts were recently signed for:

  • Penthouse 3 (last asking $10,500,000): a 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath home with 3,438 interior square feet and over 2,000 square feet of outdoor space.
  • Residence 801 (last asking $4,995,000): a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath comes with 1,980 square feet.
  • Residence 421 (last asking $1,495,000): a 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath with 950 interior square feet

Built by William Waldorf Astor in 1901, the landmarked building has been restored by interior design firm Pembrooke & Ives, with remaining residences available for immediate move-in. Those remaining residences include studios from $1.2 million, 3-bedrooms from $3.8 million, 4-bedrooms from $5.995 million, and 5-bedrooms from $6.995 million.

The Astor‘s spacious residences feature custom crown and baseboard moldings throughout, herringbone floors, restored wood-burning fireplaces, double-pane bay windows and three-panel doors, and state-of-the-art kitchens and bathrooms.

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Select residences also include a discreet laundry room adjacent to the kitchen, featuring additional pantry storage and a Bosch washer and dryer.

The eat-in kitchens are equipped with white lacquer and stained oak cabinetry, Calacatta Gold countertops and backsplash, and appliances by Gaggenau, Miele and Sub-Zero.

The primary windowed bathrooms are clad in various types of marble and come with a white oak double vanity accessorized with Lefroy Brooks polished nickel fittings.

Residents enter the historic address through bronze and glass doors which lead to a breathtakingly restored lobby manned by a 24 hour concierge.

The Astor’s additional amenities include a fitness center with state-of the-art cardio and conditioning equipment; a children’s playroom abundant with games and activities; bike parking and private storage units.

The surrounding area is highly desirable; The Astor stands several minutes from cultural institutions like the New-York Historical Society and American Museum of Natural History; critically acclaimed restaurants like RedFarm and The Ribbon; Central and Riverside Park; and plentiful shopping and transportation options.

All residences are available for immediate occupancy. To learn more, please visit

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