The Hampshire House is an exclusive cooperative and legendary landmark in New York City. One of the city's great skyline buildings, this 37 story building is known for its steeply-pitched copper roof and two tall chimneys that can be seen from Central Park. The architecture is a mix of Regency and Art Deco. The base of the building has rusticated white marble walls aluminum fixtures, and polished black granite trim making it a true architectural icon. There is a canopied entrance with a revolving door. The building’s exterior was designed by A. Rollin Caughey and William F. Evans, Jr. and the interiors were designed by Dorothy Draper who recreated Sutton Place, redecorated the Carlyle and designed many other highly visible projects. Some of the 220 units have terraces and the views are spectacular. Located in the epicenter of Manhattan it is convenient to public transportation, shopping and restaurants near the main entrance to the park. The Hampshire House offers white glove service, has a 24-hour doorman, 24-hour concierge, a full time bell captain, and a full-time maintenance staff. The building also offers a courtesy car as well as daily mail delivery. Laundry service, a health club, and a spa can all be found on the premises. The Hampshire House is a green building making it the ultimate combination of old world charm and modern technology.