The International Style high-rise at 330 East 38th Street in Murray Hill was New York City’s largest apartment building when it first opened in 1988. Also known as The Corinthian, the 57-story tower was built by American real estate developer and philanthropist Bernard Spitzer, and boasts a design by Der Scutt. It was Spitzer’s largest project, occupying an entire city block between First Avenue and Tunnel Entrance Street, and between East 37th and 38th Streets.
The massive development was built on the former East Side Airlines site and incorporated part of the terminal building originally on that lot. Nowadays, The Corinthian consists of 817 luxury apartments, 125,000 square feet of commercial office and retail space, and a 48,000-square-foot parking garage. Residential units range from studios to four-bedroom apartments, and they offer expansive views of the Manhattan skyline.
How much does it cost to live at The Corinthian?
The Corinthian benefits from an excellent location close to the Midtown business district and overlooks the Manhattan entrance to the Queens-Midtown Tunnel. Residents and renters at The Corinthian have access to a wide range of luxury amenities, including expansive outdoor space, a fitness center, a rooftop deck, a swimming pool, and more. For-sale units have prices starting at $780,000 and going up to $5 million, while prices for rentals start at $2,600 per month. Except for studio apartments, all units have private balconies or terraces. Read more
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