The Beekman Tower was originally named the Panhellenic Tower.

Welcome to The Beekman Tower

Located in Turtle Bay on Manhattan Island, The Beekman Tower is in a centralized location for all dining, shopping, activities and more. With the United Nations blocks away and global conglomerates headquartered all over Manhattan, The Beekman Tower is one of top places to stay for any employee or diplomat in New York City.

The Beekman Tower has offered multiple housing solutions as long as the building has been built. From short-term stays or extended stays, to apartment leases – here at The Beekman Tower, you stay for as little or as long as you’d like! Contact us to find out more information.

History of The Beekman Tower

Built in 1928, the iconic Art Deco style tower designed on the East River was originally known as the Panhellenic Tower. The tower originally served as a clubhouse and residence for professional women affiliated with Greek-letter sororities. In 1932, the tower made accommodations available to men, and in 1934, the building was renamed to The Beekman Tower. The Beekman Tower was named a New York City landmark in 1998.

Rooted in history, The Beekman Tower presents a modern take on classics. We combined the luxury and glamour of the 1920’s with modern and state-of-the-art finishes and amenities. At The Beekman Tower, we offer guests an unparalleled stay while in Manhattan no matter how long they call the Big Apple home.