Live in the Heart of New York
Soaring 26 stories at the corner of Broadway and 34th Street, Herald Towers offers studio, one, and convertible two-to-three bedroom apartments in Manhattan’s most exciting neighborhood.
New Yorkers have called Herald Towers home for more than a century
Built in 1912, Herald Towers was once the famous McAlpin Hotel, the largest hotel in the world – boasting a Turkish bath, its own orchestra, and more telephones than any other building. It was even home to famous faces, like Hall of Fame baseball player Jackie Robinson when he was an All-Star second baseman for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Though much has changed since, this pre-Empire State Building property is still one of the neighborhood’s most recognizable landmarks.