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Rendering via ODA Architecture; photos via Evan Joseph Rendering via ODA Architecture; photos via Evan Joseph
While much of the Upper West Side is protected by historic districts that impose strict limits on the heights and appearances of new buildings, local preservationists living outside those areas are equally protective of their neighborhood. Acclaimed firm ODA has been undeterred by these restrictions and objections; if anything, the designers seem to embrace them as a creative challenge. 2505 Broadway offers a classically-inspired facade around an inventive building with listings from $1.525 million. Down the street, Era's cantilever allows for unique floor plans and enough space for no more than four units per floor; current availabilities at this amenity-rich building start at $2.65 million.
Between the two is 212 West 93rd Street, which ODA founding principal and CEO Eran Chen conceived as "a vertical collection of individual homes." The novel design of the building also allows for private terraces, which are offered in 70 percent of the 20 units. One such apartment is #5B, a four-bedroom, three-bath apartment measuring 2,048 interior square feet with a 244-square-foot terrace. It is listed for $4.195 million, a small discount from its original asking price of $4.635 million. Its sizable floor plan, private outdoor space, and direct elevator access appear to have been designed to appeal to post-pandemic buyers, but the building has been in the works since 2016, when Congregation Shaare Zadek announced plans to sell its historic building to developers Landsea Homes and Leyton Properties. (The new building includes a new space of worship with a separate entrance.)
Residents will have access to such amenities as a 24-hour attended lobby, cold storage, fitness center with Technogym and Mirror equipment, children’s playroom, pet spa, bike room, storage, and landscaped roof terrace. The building is conveniently close to Central Park, Riverside Park, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Upper West Side schools, and the express and local trains at 96th Street. Additional availabilities in the building range from $850K for a studio to $2.9 million for a three-bedroom.
212 West 93rd Street

212-West-93rd-Street-01 Floor plan via Compass

↓ Interiors by GRADE New York feature an open floor plan, 10’ ceilings, oversized wood-clad windows, and prewiring for motorized shades.


↓ The home is reached via direct elevator access in a grand foyer.

212 West 93rd Street gallery

↓ The sizable living/dining room opens up to a 244-square-foot private terrace.

212 West 93rd Street

↓ The bespoke kitchen offers custom cabinetry, high-honed Volakas marble countertops and backsplash, and a chef-grade Miele appliance suite.

212 West 93rd Street

↓ The primary bedroom's walk-in closet and linear closet offer generous storage space.

212 West 93rd Street

↓ The primary bath features a backlit fluted feature wall, custom vanity with double sinks, heated floors, glass-enclosed shower, and high-end fixtures.

212 West 93rd Street

↓ Secondary bedrooms come with sizable closets.

212 West 93rd Street
212 West 93rd Street

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