AD PRO: Façade unveiled at 212 West 93rd Street
Landsea Homes and Leyton Properties have unveiled the contemporary new façade at 212 West 93rd Street on New York’s Upper West Side.
Designed by architecture firm ODA, the 14-story condominium building will be home to just 20 one-to-four bedroom homes (and the Congregation Shaare Zedek synagogue, accessible through a separate entrance).
“We designed 212 West 93rd to be seamless from the inside out—maximizing private outdoor space, natural light, and interior volume,” Eran Chen, ODA’s founder and executive director, tells AD PRO. Exteriors are key: The property’s terraces, which range from 244 square feet to more than 580 square feet, are larger than some Manhattan studio apartments.
Seventy percent of the building’s residences offer outdoor space, and even for those that don’t, says Chen, “the oversized beveled windows blend the indoor and outdoor elements for a smooth transition.”