In a city teeming with skyscrapers, a building has to be especially impressive if it wants to stand out—and that is something the Pythian at 135 West 70th Street can clearly boast about. With a unique façade designed by Thomas W. Lamb, this building, built in 1926, is one of the more original structures on the Manhattan skyline.
The Pythian consists of 84 spacious apartments, with striking features like high ceilings, terraces and more. Amenities here include a doorman, storage facilities, a playroom and a laundry on every floor of the building. The Pythian is also pet-friendly, and residents here are close to all of the famous shops, restaurants and parks on the Upper West Side.