200 East 83rd Street is a distinctive residential tower designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects as a celebration of the architectural romance of the Upper East Side. Robert A.M. Stern and his partners crafted the building’s elegant silhouette, keeping with the Upper East Side’s classical tradition but at heights that are truly new and modern.WEBSITE
Expansive views of Central Park, the Midtown Skyline, and the Rivers
The building offers expansive views of Central Park, the Midtown skyline, and the rivers and is moments from the city’s finest cultural institutions, parks, shopping, and dining. Wildflowers that were native to the area are carved into 200 East 83rd Street’s limestone façade. Sculpted railings echo the street's tree-lined greenery while large-scale windows, fine ironwork, and monumental arches soar toward the building’s iconic crown.
The residences are graceful yet modern, honoring classicism with a fresh approach. Abundant light streams in, complementing the tailored interiors by award-winning designer Rottet Studio. The commitment to design excellence can be felt in each room and at every opportunity – especially in the kitchen, where state-of-the-art technology and beautiful craftsmanship are married. Primary bathrooms feature a fresh, bright palette, complemented by elements of warm wood cabinetry. A rain shower, deep soaking tub, and heated floors infuse every day with an air of luxury.
In the tower, a seventy-foot swimming pool is the centerpiece of a collection of comprehensive wellness and entertainment spaces including a fitness center, yoga room, spa with steam bath and sauna, and a Winter Garden with a charming fireplace and a dramatic loggia. At ground level, beyond the gates of the porte-cochère is a concealed automated parking system. Beyond that, a view to a landscaped private garden. An adjacent library and private cinema underline a dedication to fine materials and uncompromising attention to detail. The lobby is attended 24-hours a day with a doorman and concierge service.
“200 East 83rd inhabits its height with confidence,
with a wonderful silhouette, visible from a great distance.”
Robert A.M. Stern