Built in 1983, designed by architects Schuman, Lichtenstein, Claman, and Efron, with interiors by Robert Cane Architects, this red brick structure with limestone base was built as a 33-story building containing 175 units; although some of the apartments have since been combined to create larger homes. The layouts range from studio to three bedroom homes with several duplexes. The tower has several penthouse apartments with terraces and solariums. Located on the legendary West 67th Street historic Park block, it is adjacent to Lincoln Center, Central Park and upscale boutiques, cafes and restaurants.
Lincoln Square is a cultural epicenter with Lincoln Center at its heart. The neighborhood is home a multitude of performing arts institutions, including The Metropolitan Opera, New York City Ballet, New York Philharmonic, and The Juilliard School, to name just a few. Lincoln Center is the economic engine of the neighborhood, making it one of the most desirable neighborhoods in which to live and work. Architecturally, the neighborhood consists of many pre-war buildings and many modern high-rises with views spanning the city and the Hudson River. Residents in Columbus Circle and Lincoln Square receive exclusive on-going discounts from participating vendors at TURNSTYLE. Residents just need to show their Brodsky keychain. Our intent, as residential buildings, is to strengthen the community of our neighborhood, and promote the local vendors to our tenants.