NYJL’s self-guided tour showcases luxurious residences in some of Manhattan’s most sought-after neighborhoods, while highlighting architecture, art, history and interior design.
Saturday, October 26, 2013
New York, NY
On Saturday, October 26, 2013, The New York Junior League, in partnership with the A&D Building, Milly, Farrow & Ball, New York Cottages & Gardens, Miele, Sub-zero, Wolfe, and Safavieh, will host the 19th Annual Fall House Tour. Organized by the NYJL’s Home Design Committee, this fabulous event features an opportunity to experience and enjoy a self-guided tour through Manhattan’s most prestigious and stylish homes, complete with a cocktail reception at the A&D Building. Over 400 guests are expected to attend the event.
Check-in begins at 10:00am
The Astor House
130 East 80th Street
between Park Avenue & Lexington Avenue
The Astor House is a five-story townhouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side that also serves as the NYJL‘s Headquarters for Training and Leadership. This elegant Georgian limestone townhouse was designed by the celebrated architect Mott B. Schmidt in 1927 for Vincent Astor and his family. It was designated a landmark by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1966.
12:30pm – 2:00pm
150 East 58th Street, between Lexington & Third Aves.
4:30pm – 6:30pm
902 Broadway, between 20th and 21st Streets
11:00am – 3:00pm
Farrow & Ball
142 E. 73rd Street, between Park & Lexington Aves.
1010 3rd Ave, between 60th and 61st Streets
$85 in advance for NYJL volunteers (limited to two tickets)
$100 in advance for the general public
$125 at the door
Admission grants access to all homes on the tour, as well as champagne stops.
Special VIP tickets are available for purchase for $250 and include additional stops on the tour, full day transportation, and an exclusive gift bag.
Proceeds benefit the charitable activities of the New York Junior League.
About New York Junior League:
The New York Junior League (NYJL) is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Since 1901, the NYJL has been a leader in identifying and responding to unmet community needs. Through direct service, collaborations with other community organizations and advocacy, the NYJL provides a positive force for change within the communities it serves. Each year more than 2,600 trained volunteers donate more than 250,000 hours of their time to better the lives of women and children in New York City. The NYJL works with more than 20 community-based organizations and public agencies to deliver services and assistance directly to women and children in need.