Symphony House

235 West 56th Street at Eighth Avenue, Google Maps
Height 460 ft, 43 floors, Built in 1986
Architect Emery Roth & Sons
Developer Jack Resnick & Sons, Inc.

Rental office telephone 212-245-6660

Commerce may be the heart of New York, but culture is its soul. The pre-eminence of New York’s opera, symphony, concert stages, ballet, galleries, theatres, museums and restaurants has endowed it with the mantle worn so graciously by Vienna in the 18th Century and Paris in the 19th Century. In the late 20th Century, New York stands as the world’s cultural capital. Located in the fashionable West 50’s, slightly west of Carnegie Hall and south of Lincoln Center, Symphony House is a very special residence created expressly for those who appreciate the art of living well.

When you live at the Symphony House, you’ll never again miss a Baryshnikov ballet, Bernstein concert, Pavarotti opera or a Sondheim musical because of the tyranny of time or timetables. You’ll be seated comfortably by curtain time because you live front row center. And you’ll be dining at Cafe des Artistes, or sitting comfortably at home while the rest of the crowd scurries after taxis and suffers through traffic jams. Welcome to Symphony House, the apartment residence that lets you savor time, not merely save it.

Pictures of Symphony House

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The view on the Symphony House from Eighth Avenue.