The Ritz-Carlton is classic elegance and contemporary luxury living in Manhattan. Built in 1938, the Ritz-Carlton Tower was originally the St. Moritz Hotel. Designed by architect Emery Roth, the hotel was converted into residential units in 2002.
Condominium units are located on the top 12 floors of the 33-story Ritz-Carlton Hotel building. The Ritz-Carlton Tower is equipped with only the best in modern luxury. Condominiums have both top-of-the-line fixtures and high-end appliances in the kitchens. Bathrooms have marble accents and modern fixtures. The spacious full-floor residences, ranging in size from just under 3,900 square feet to 9,500 square feet, have oversized windows that provide panoramic views of Central Park.
Residents of the Ritz-Carlton Tower have access to a vast array of amenities offered by the famous hotel. The luxury hotel services include concierge services, La Prairie Spa, fitness center, business center, laundry room, parking, private car service, maid service, and catering. The building is also pet-friendly.
Central Park is practically its backyard, where Ritz-Carlton Tower residents can have access to all that it has to offer. The building is just a short distance from luxe shopping and fine dining options. Residents can also enjoy fantastic cultural attractions including Broadway, performances at Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Opera House and the Museum of Modern Art.