The Laurence Towers is a post-war high-rise 31-story building in Manhattan's
Murray Hill that recently underwent renovations from its exterior through its 300 apartments. The building features beautiful landscaping from the outside and modern amenities on the inside.
The apartments all contain freshly-renovated bathrooms and kitchens. The kitchens have stainless steel appliances matched with granite counter tops and wood cabinetry. The bathrooms are crafted with marble tiles and fixtures including deep tubs. Many units also have spacious terraces that offer panoramic views of the Empire State Building and the East River. They also have new hardwood floors.
The building’s lobby is attended by a doorman and concierge. There is also a live-in superintendent. Other amenities include a fitness center, laundry room, parking with valet, and a roof deck.
A variety of restaurants and several landmarks such as Madison Square Park and the Empire State Building are close to the building’s location. The closest access to transportation is the Lexington Avenue subway line.