This landmark of the Carnegie Hill neighborhood is renowned for its waterfall that extends to 93rd street and its extensively landscaped mews. Carnegie Hill Tower is one of the few condominium and post-war buildings in the area, putting it in high demand. The tower was designed by Edward V. Gianessa on behalf of developers DeMatteis and Charles Shaw, and was completed in 1983. Its 32 stories set it apart from its surrounding prewar buildings, and many high-floor apartments enjoy spectacular views. The beige façade and large bay windows create a unique octagonal shape for the 223 condominium units within, allowing for creative apartment set-ups.
Located a block away from Central Park, Carnegie Hill Tower is an excellent place for families with many prestigious private schools nearby. A rooftop deck and courtyard provide tenants with impressive views of the Central park and the reservoir. Other amenities available to tenants include a garage, garden, laundry rooms, gym, private storage and bike room. Corporate ownership is allowed.