Beckford House and Tower Featured in New York Times

The Stanton Hoch Team is proud to represent the new Beckford House and Tower condominium buildings, recently written up in the New York Times for their classic luxury design. The Upper East Side condominium buildings “could easily be mistaken for structures built nearly a century ago,” said the Times.

The pair of buildings at 301 East 80th and 201 East 81st streets take you back in time, with detailed exterior facades and traditional layouts that are difficult to find in today’s new builds, including formal dining rooms, regal crown molding, and marble master baths. Inspired by the pre-war buildings in the Upper East Side neighborhood they grew up in, Icon Realty Management principals Terrence Lowenberg and Todd Cohen set forth to create a stark contrast to the ever-growing inventory of modern towers. Beckford House and Tower reflect the historical attributes of New York’s turn-of-the-century architecture with modern amenities.

Beckford House and Tower will collectively have 104 units with prices ranging from $2.3 million to over $20 million. The 19-story Beckford House has 32 units ranging from 2- to 5-bedrooms, with upper floors spanning larger spaces, culminating with a duplex penthouse on the 18th and 19th stories. Amenities include:

  • Swimming pool
  • Basketball court
  • Fitness and yoga center
  • Multiple communal lounges
  • Children’s playground
  • Roof deck
  • Storage

The 29-story Beckford Tower will have 72 units ranging from 1- to 6-bedrooms and offer similar amenities.

Take a trip back in time to luxury and quality you may have thought long past. Visit our Beckford House and Tower listings at


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