A Lasting Heritage
Built between 1896 and 1928, the former wing of the St. Luke's Hospital, originally designed by noted architect Ernest Flagg, is now a lavish residential complex made up of four pavilion towers and a completely restored central carriage house housing a decked out lounge. An eclectic turn-of-the-century French style with classical lines and gothic flourishes, the entire estate was reimagined by award-winning architect CetraRuddy to tease the imagination with ceiling heights of up to 20ft., spacious floor plans and large windows offering, in many homes, direct park views of both Morningside Park and Central Park and lots of sunlight.
This magnificent structure has been painstakingly restored, both inside and out, and renovated with the highest quality interior finishes that evoke the feeling of an old-world Manhattan Mansion.
Ernest Flagg was an American architect in the Beaux-Arts style. He was also an advocate for urban reform and architecture's social responsibility. His signature style was meticulously brought back to life in this landmark restoration.
All of 30 Morningside’s original finishes, limestone façade, wrought iron ornamentals, and verdigris, have been meticulously conserved and restored to their Gilded Age grandeur.
Bright living in Morningside
Named for its views of shimmering sunrises over the Hudson, the tree-lined Morningside Heights, in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is a vibrant cultural and intellectual enclave bounded by the Morningside Park, Columbia University's sprawling campus, and some of the city’s most dazzling heritage architecture, highlighted by innovative dining, and a bustling village rhythm.