Part of
New York
history.

New Yorkers have called Herald Towers home for more than a century.

Built in 1912, Herald Towers was the largest hotel in the world, with a Turkish bath, its own orchestra, and more telephones than any other building. Hall of Fame baseball player Jackie Robinson even called the hotel home when he was an All-Star second baseman for the Brooklyn Dodgers.

A lot has changed on that corner in Herald Square since Robinson’s days, but this pre-Empire State Building property is still one of the neighborhood’s most recognizable landmarks. Today, Herald Towers is a 700-unit apartment building with spacious residences made modern for today’s New Yorker.