Off the MRKT: 5 (Non-Penthouse!) Listings With Terraces Larger Than a Studio Apartment
As homebuyers continue to prioritize outdoor space, especially in the wake of the pandemic, developers are responding by creating more units with bigger and better outdoor spaces—regardless of the size of the apartment or its location within the building. In fact, some of these terraces are larger than the average Manhattan studio apartment, which clock in around 450 to 500 square feet!
The developers of 212 West 93rd Street—a 14-story condominium building with just 20 residences on the Upper West Side—realized the need for more homes with more outdoor space long ago. In fact, 70% of the residences in the ODA-designed building offer outdoor space. Residence 11 has four bedrooms, 3.5 baths and a 489-square-foot terrace with multiple exposures, which is accessible from both the living room and the kitchen—the home’s prime entertaining areas. It’s on the market for $6.59 million.