Herald Towers was built in 1912, to house New York City’s largest and most luxurious hotel, the legendary Hotel McAlpin. The property was converted into apartments in 1980. JEMB acquired the McAlpin in 1999, renamed it Herald Towers and upgraded the apartments. The 25-story, 1 million-square-foot residential building superbly located at the heart of New York’s famed Herald Square in Midtown Manhattan. An impressive list of amenities confirms Herald Towers as the natural choice for New Yorkers seeking luxury, comfort and convenience, at the nucleus of the city’s main public transportation arteries. This exquisite setting also offers a rich concentration of major Broadway theaters, shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. In addition to its 690 residential units, Herald Towers also boasts a 112,000 square-foot retail component.