Off the MRKT: A Look At The New Façade Of 212 West 93rd Street
Landsea Homes and Leyton Properties, the developers behind the ODA-designed 212 West 93rd Street, have just unveiled the boutique building’s show-stopping contemporary facade, and we now have photography showcasing this new architectural landmark on the Upper West Side.
ODA, the award-winning architecture firm known for its mold-breaking, human-centric design, conceived the 14-story condominium building as a vertical collection of 20 individual homes. But what makes 212 West 93rd Street unique is that 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. As a result, a staggering 70 percent of the building’s residences offer outdoor space, with some terraces being larger than the average Manhattan studio apartment.