330 East 75th Street

330 East 75th Street or The Saratoga is a modern single tower building located in the heart of New York's Upper East Side. Built in 1985 and designed by Schuman, Lichtenstein, Claman & Efron, this 39 story building features over 150 units and city views that are unparalleled. It's two elevators present you with a unique blend of materials such as, "Dreamy Marfil" stone, stained "White Oak Wood", "St. Paul Weave" wire mesh and "Crema Marfil" stone that make for an elegant yet simple design.


The materials involved include the following

  • Top Ceiling: faced with a stained wood.

  • Lighting: Six (6) l.e.d down lights.

  • Upper Panels: Four (4) raised removable panels faced with natural stone.

  • Bottom Panels: Three (3) raised removable panels faced with laminate as a background carrying wire mesh on top.

  • Chair Rails: Three (3) wood chair rails to divide upper and lower panels.

  • Hand Rail: One (1) faced with stainless steel.

  • Base, & Reveals: face with Stainless steel.

  • Floors: Tile floors Installed with a close joint and minimal grout.