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Live Life Like Marilyn Monroe

The Towers of the Waldorf Astoria, New York
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The iconic Waldorf Astoria, located on Park Avenue and home of the legendary Marilyn Monroe, will be celebrating its 90th Anniversary of opening this year, is currently closed for an extensive restoration, performed by renowned architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, and will re-open with 375 residences to purchase in 'The Towers of the Waldorf Astoria', atop 375 hotel suites. As a result, the Waldorf Astoria will see a number of key heritage spaces returned to the original 1931 design.

Inspired by the hotel's classic grandeur, internationally acclaimed designer Jean-Louis Deniot has meticulously designed residences that balance modern comfort with ArtDeco opulence; blending the old and the new; the European and the American; the grand and the intimate. The original architecture is celebrated throughout each residence - a balance of aesthetic and practical considerations - with windows that replicate the building's original design and flood the rooms with dynamic views of the New York cityscape.

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