The Marquand

Built in 1913 by Herbert Lucas in Beaux-Arts Revival Style, The Marquand is a New York City landmark, originally named for the renowned American Financier Henry Gordon Marquand. HFZ, in partnership with Vornado, acquired the asset at the end of 2011 with plans to vacate all market-rate tenants and reposition it to take its place among Manhattan’s most coveted ultra-luxury condominium residences.

The 12-story, 105,000 square foot Marquand is distinguished by its two separate wings and is located on Madison Avenue and 68th Street along Central Park on Manhattan’s prestigious Upper East Side. Now richly renewed at the highest level, the building marries the elegance and refinement of gracious prewar space with every amenity and convenience of contemporary living.

Ground floor retail is located on Madison Avenue and is fully occupied by high-end luxury brands.The copious talents of award-winning architects and interior designers Shelton, Mindel & Associates, are on tasteful, understated display everywhere you look. There are full floor three to six bedroom residences which boast expansive living rooms ranging up to sixty-five feet in width, offering a sprawling grandeur rarely seen in modern construction, with natural light pouring in through distinct bay windows. Most living rooms are outfitted with a wood burning fireplace sculpted from Travertine marble. Triplex penthouses are located the east and west wings of the building and include extensive outdoor space.