2505 Broadway in Manhattan’s Upper West Side draws inspiration from classic pre-war buildings while incorporating diverse floor plans, large spaces, walls of windows, elevated amenities, and expanded outdoor spaces. Ariel Tirosh along with Douglas Elliman Development Marketing has just kicked off the sales on a new construction luxury condominium building’s 44 residences.
2505 Broadway isdeveloped by Adam America and designed by Eran Chan of ODA. Since most of the Upper West Side’s classic architecture is made exclusively of brick masonry, ODA wanted to use this material to create the building’s facade so that it would be instantly woven into the fabric of the neighborhood. ODA aimed to elevate this heritage with custom long-format Petersen bricks, whose hand-molded fabrication in Denmark by eighth-generation brickmakers creates a richness in texture and character. One other interesting aspect is the development intentionally incorporates different floor plan offerings because Adam America realized the Upper West Side, where the project is located, is not just for families anymore, lots of young and empty nesters are looking to live there.
Each of the building’s 44 residences is filled with natural light through oversized windows with historically inspired mullions that contrast the rich character of the masonry by adding crisp, sophisticated lines to the façade. Inside, marble, oak, and brass finishes were chosen to reinforce classical architectural elements. Select residences also feature private terraces.
Residents will also have access to a wide variety forward-looking amenities such as a state-of-the-art gym with adjacent flexible space used as a sports court or movie theater, a pet spa, and an outdoor terrace overlooking the Hudson River.
Prices range from $1.5M for a one-bedroom to $4.9M for a four-bedroom.