The Astor House

New York, New York

130 East 8oth Street is a 5 story Neo-Classic townhouse designed by Mott B. Schmidt in 1927 for Vincent Astor of NY’s prominent Astor family.

Acquired by the non-profit NY Junior League as their headquarters in 1947, the building received landmark designation in 1967 and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

MHA is currently working with NYJL and NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission in the restoration of roof and façade elements and in preserving original interior finishes.

Related Projects

Main Street Office

The proposed mixed-use commercial/medical project for Greenhill Development is a 4 story commercial/retail facility situated adjacent to NY Presbyterian Hospital.

Commercial Tower

Located on a prominent site in downtown Los Angeles, this proposed tower rises 14 stories.

Exterior view of building with parking and truck areas

AC Moore – Michael’s

AC Moore – a retailer of arts, crafts and floral merchandise serving the northeastern United States.