A cocktail lounge at the top
of the Beekman Tower.
360 greenhouse terrace. Manhattan views.
Custom design. 5 Star Menu. All year round.
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.
Designed by John Mean Howells featuring sculptures by Rene Paul Chambellan, Ophelia sits atop an esteemed monument of classic New York architecture. Its breathtaking, 360 degree views have been a muse for New Yorkers, including one time regular, Frank Sinatra.
In February 2018, the elevator to the 26th floor will once again open its doors and inspire a new generation.