Nestled between Central Park and Riverside Park, The Marbury is a completely renovated and restored 1901 building with Beaux-Arts detailed architecture.
The attended lobby at The Marbury welcomes you with a Parisian Beaux-Arts influence and modern details. A graceful staircase and geometric patterned stone floor combine to create a timeless and warm welcome.
Situated on one of the Upper West Side’s most charming and tree-lined blocks, The Marbury is surrounded by boutique shopping, eclectic dining and some of New York City's greatest cultural icons — The Metropolitan Opera, Lincoln Center, Central Park and The American Museum of Natural History. The Marbury’s elegant, richly detailed façade and warm, inviting lobby feel familiar and welcoming. Charming residences, appointed with classic, contemporary finishes, have wonderful natural light and pretty views through oversized windows. Luxuriously appointed chef-inspired kitchens and hotel-like bathrooms make life at The Marbury beautiful, easy and practical.
With finely restored intricate architectural details, the stone façade at The Marbury recalls its elegant past with ornate elements around large, beautifully proportioned windows, and a warm-toned respectiful entry. The preservation of New York City’s rich architectural heritage continues with the completion of The Marbury’s years-long renovation.