Welcome to the corner of luxury and modern living at 301 East 80th Street. Indiana Limestone and Brynne Brownstone create the stunning setting for this 31-floor condominium that includes three of the most exclusive penthouses on the Upper East Side. Designed by Sofield, Beckford Tower is the achievement of blending modern living in historic architectural design.
These condominium residences are designed to provide luxury down to every detail. From the herringbone oak floors to the geometric cornicing and marble, each detail is cohesive to the design. The high ceilings and windows create an open, airy feel and allow natural light to flow through the rooms. The grand penthouses offer the height of luxury that include outdoor terrace spaces, large master suites, high-end kitchens, and limestone fireplaces.
Make a grand entrance when you are welcomed home to Beckford Tower with a high vaulted ceiling and art deco chandelier. The lobby is not the only impressive amenity here, each amenity adds to the experience of luxury. Spend a few moments in the lounge or library before you get to know the neighbors by congregating in the Piano Bar that will feel like your own exclusive club. Don’t worry about entertaining the kids, this building has a children’s play room that was designed by an award-winning team at Roto. If you are looking for a holistic approach to living, spend some time in the fitness center or Yoga studio. Cool off after your workout in the 65-foot sparkling swimming pool. In all there is nearly 3,000 sq. ft. of additional amenity space to create an entire living experience.
At Beckford Tower you will be living in the heart of one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in New York. Whether you are going to the art galleries, cafe’s or Downtown, you are close to everything that New York offers. This neighborhood has some of the finest schools in New York and the amenities offered here are some of the best available anywhere in the city. Welcome to the Beckford Tower, where you will be living in comfort, style, and will be able to stroll through history.