The Grand Tier

1930 Broadway

Between 64th and 65th Streets

By Carter B. Horsley

This handsome, 30-story rental apartment building has a very prime location at 1930 Broadway between 64th and 65th Streets across from the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

Developed by Glenwood Management, one of the city's largest builders of luxury apartment towers, it is called the Grand Tier and its spacious and tall lobby sports travertine marble walls and a large French tapestry.The Grand Tier lives up to its name, overlooking Lincoln Center on one side, Central Park on the other. Inside The Grand Tier, its public spaces are decorated by acclaimed American designer John Saladino.

Designed by Costas Kondylis, it has 232 rental apartments and its tower is setback on a low-rise base that maintains the streetwall. Its clean, simple lines and light color make it standout from its nearby residential towers that are darker and have more complex massing.

The building was completed in 2005. It has a 24-hour doorman, a concierge, an attended service entrance with package room and delivery escort, a separate service elevator, an air-conditioned laundry facility, a fitness center with a 50-foot pool of limestone and mosaic inlay, a residents' lounge with kitchen, a landscaped terrace and a children's playground.

It also has a garage, a Culligan water filtration system and valet and maid services.

It is very convenient to public transportation and to many restaurants and boutiques and it is not far from Central Park.

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