The Sheffield

322 West 57th Street

Columbus Circle, Manhattan

1978

Built

50

Floors

583

Units

Building Description 

The Sheffield is a post-war tower on Billionaire's Row between Eighth Avenue and Ninth Avenue.
The building opened in 1978 as a rental property and in 2006 was repositioned as a luxury condominium by a consortium of investors. At the time, the number of apartments was reduced from more than 800 to less than 600 .> Enter property via sheltered walkway/driveway on either West 57th or West 56th Street.
A dedicated delivery entrance provides additional convenience for deliveries, thus restricting the lobby entrance to residents and their guests.
Building amenities include: Abigail Michael concierge services, pet spa, bicycle room, children's playroom and an open air pool that looks out onto the NYC skyline.
Full service health club and spa with Pilates and Yoga studio, weightlifting stations, state-of-the-art aerobic exercise machines, massage rooms, his and her spa facilities, lounges and locker rooms.
Split level social lounge with catering kitchen and bar, sundeck with outdoor shower and BBQ grills.
Building was purchased in Spring 2005 by a team of investors including Swig Burris Equities, YL Realty and S & H Equities, Inc.
Double-height ceiling with rich dark woods. Marble flooring Concierge desk.

Building Amenities

Bike Storage
Billiards Room
Cinema Room
Cold Storage
Common Area WiFi
Common Storage
Courtyard
Driveway
Garage
Garden
Grilling Area
Health Club
Laundry Room [Every Floor]
Nursery/Playroom
Pool
Private Storage
Renovated Common Hallways
Resident Lounge
Roof Deck
Sauna
Spa Services
Steam Room
Valet Service