Built-in 1928, the iconic art deco tower on the East River was originally known as the Panhellenic Tower.
It originally served as a womens-only club and hotel space for the national Greek-letter sororities. And in 1934 it was rebranded as the Beekman Tower and opened to all.
Ophelia sits a top of this esteemed monument of classic New York architecture, designed by John Mead Howells and featuring sculptures by Rene Paul Chambellan.
Muse for New Yorkers, including one time regular – Frank Sinatra. Now it’s yours to enjoy.
The doors to the 26th floor have once again opened and are now inspiring a new generation.
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Monday - Wednesday: 5pm - 11pm
Thursday: 5pm - 12am
Friday - Saturday: 5pm - 2am
Sunday: 12pm - 11pm