Built in 1916 and standing 16 stories tall, 244 Madison offers 171 studio, and one and two bedroom apartments featuring 12-foot ceilings. Amenities include community Wi-Fi, a laundry room, and a rooftop deck that affords great views of the city.
Arthur Loomis Harmon
Chicago-born Arthur Loomis Hamilton is one of the most heralded architectural visionaries of the first half of the twentieth century. While he may be less remembered- though no less renowned in design circles- for his work on several Park Avenue mid-rises, the Julliard School, and consulting on the building of Stuyvest Town and Peter Cooper Village, his real claim to international fame remains the Empire State Building. In short: to live at 244 Madison is to live in a space conceived by a man who profoundly influenced the way we think of city living.