Offering a boutique experience that embraces indoor/outdoor living, 212 West 93rd Street brings just 20 condominium residences—most featuring a generous private terrace—encased in a striking contemporary façade to Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Developed by Landsea Homes a publicly traded homebuilding company, and Leyton Properties, a New York City-based real estate development and investment firm, 212 West 93rd Street features architecture by ODA and interiors by GRADE New York. ODA, the award-winning architecture firm known for its mold-breaking, human-centric design, conceived the 14-story building as a vertical collection of 20 individual homes.
The residences range from one- to four-bedrooms, including full-floor penthouses, with gracious layouts that express the building’s architecture. ODA’s founder, Eran Chen, designed the building from the inside out, creating a layered effect with stepped terraces and oversized beveled windows to maximize light and air and seamlessly integrate indoor and outdoor living spaces. Nearly every home has its own private terrace and a wholly unique layout.
GRADE New York is known for its balanced design, and their vision for the interiors at 212 West 93rd Street is no exception. Each residence is a calm oasis, where rich materials and handcrafted finishes evoke a sense of permanence and all-encompassing quality. Details like white oak floors, oak wood-clad floor-to-ceiling windows that draw in dazzling natural light, and open-style kitchens that reveal custom-stained Ghiaccio grey-lacquer cabinetry, and Volakas marble slab countertops and backsplash.
Spa-inspired owner’s bathrooms provide a moment of serenity, showcasing custom millwork with Italian Lymra limestone. With curated amenities that enhance daily life, the building’s 24-hour attended lobby provides an artful transition from the outside world while the landscaped rooftop will invite residents to relax and dine al fresco in a fully-equipped outdoor kitchen.
The fitness studio is outfitted with the latest technology, including Technogym equipment and The Mirror. Additional features include a children’s playroom, pet spa station and private storage space for purchase. Once complete, 212 West 93rd Street will also include a new, ultramodern home for the Shaare Zedek synagogue, which has been part of the community for over 100 years.
The synagogue will be accessed through a separate entrance at the base of the building. Located on the tree-lined block between Broadway and Amsterdam, 212 West 93rd Street is surrounded by the best of the culturally-rich Upper West Side.
Just two blocks away from Central Park and Riverside Park, residents will have access to more green space than anywhere else in Manhattan, and the esteemed Museum of Natural History is a short walk away. Construction is well underway with completion anticipated in 2021. Source by Landsea Homes and Leyton Properties and images Courtesy of M18 Public Relations.