The Apthorp, located at 390 West End Ave, in the Upper West Side, has 12 floors and 163 apartments, with each apartment having a unique layout; no two are the same. Old New York landscaping graces the grounds of The Apthorp. Built in 1908 by William Waldorf Astor and modeled on Florence's landmark Pitti Palace, The Apthorp is one of the most instantly recognizable pre-war residences on the Upper West Side. The Apthorp has classic pre-war condo grace notes such as parquet floors and soaring 12-to-14-foot ceilings. Amenities include a bike room, driveway, and garage. Residents have access to a fitness room, sauna, laundry room, nursery, and beautiful views from the rooftop deck.