A rich History behind
the Majestic Tower
Built in 1976 and commissioned by the city’s finest developers, Olympic Tower was New York’s first major multi-purpose condominium. The glass and steel mixed use building was developed by Aristotle Onassis and designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. The building towers 51 floors on Fifth Avenue across the street from both St. Patrick's Cathedral and Rockefeller Center. The 21 commercial floors spanning corporate offices, stores and galleries provide an impressive foundation for the 30-floors of residences. The innovation and foresight of the majestic structure revolved around its futuristic concept overlooking cosmopolitan Fifth Avenue.
Recognized by its refined touch, guests will be greeted with the signature warm ambiance and elegant lobby appointments. An iconic architectural design that incorporates floor-to-ceiling glass walls completes the vision and mission of the designers to create a luxurious environment excelled by none other.