Architectural Digest details the recent updates of The Belnord, executed by AD100 firms Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Rafael de Cardenas. The historic building, which serves as the site of the popular murder-mystery show, Only Murders in the Building, now features condominiums priced anywhere from $3.6 million to more than $11 million. Despite the modernization, the building retains an atmosphere reflective of the Gilded Age. “No one builds like this anymore. The scale alone is incredible,” said RAMSA partner Sargent C. Gardiner. “Our goal was to respect the bones of the building and its history but bring it forward with a fresh, modern, classical look.” Residents enjoy apartments with abundant light and a clean aesthetic, as well as over 30,000 square feet of amenities. Since the premiere of Only Murders in the Building, the Belnord has sold over 20 apartments, totalling over $160 million. The condominiums are now over 75% sold.