The Iconic Top Of The Tower Rooftop Inside Beekman Tower Is Back On The Market
New York City’s most breathtaking 360° views rooftop is finally back on the market
Prepare to be swept away by a majestic New York skyline, Top of the Tower, a 3500 square feet rooftop restaurant inside the iconic Beekman Tower is back on the market for lease. This historic place use to be frequented by Frank Sinatra, located on the 26th floor it has some of the most amazing views providing dramatic 360-degree views of the City, especially at night when the city lights make New York extraordinarily spectacular and romantic. A 4000 square feet beautiful Restaurant on a ground floor is available as well.
The Beekman Tower was built in 1928, located at 3 Mitchell Place, the corner of 49th Street and 1st Avenue in one of Manhattan’s most exclusive neighborhoods. It’s silhouette rises prominently over the East River and stands as a singular Art Deco styled gem of a building. Designed by John Mead Howells and opened in 1929 as the Panhellenic Tower, the building originally provided affordable housing to 400 young, college-educated women who were entering the New York City workforce in record numbers in the 1920s.
Just steps from the United Nations and different International and Cultural institutions the Restaurant and the Top of the Tower may host foreign dignitaries as well as leisure guests in search of an upscale, sophisticated experience.