Project Name: 2505 Broadway Apartments
Architecture: ODA Architecture
ODA Team: Eran Chen AIA, Olivera Grk AIA, Ryoko Okada, Kris Levine, Christopher Sjoberg, Jessica Schoen, Belen Peña, Jacob Hedaya, Matthew Boker, Mohammad Askarzadeh, Saranya Kanagaraj, Pablo Zepeda, Tom Segev
Interior Design: Ryoko Okada, Jessica Schoen, Belen Pena
Location: New York, United States
Size: 106,445 SF
Photo Credits: Aaron Thompson
2505 Broadway is an elegant 19-story luxury condominium building nestled on the corner of 93rd Street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Developed by Adam America Real Estate and designed by ODA Architecture, 2505 Broadway features a collection of 41 residences for sale in a classically imagined, upscale-designed building.
The three-to-four+ bedroom residences consist of layouts with walls of windows, large and light-filled spaces, and gorgeous great rooms, and start at $4.550 million. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is the project’s exclusive sales and marketing agent, with on-site sales led by Ariel Tirosh. 2505 Broadway is more than 50% sold and is available for immediate occupancy.
Architecture. Unlike most new-construction glass towers, 2505 Broadway embraces the hallmarks of classic pre-war buildings. Since most of the Upper West Side’s classic architecture is made exclusively of brick masonry, ODA used 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.
2505 Broadway’s design is a modern take on the traditional architecture of the Upper West Side. The façade, private terraces, entrance foyers in the apartments, and detailed flourishes embrace the hallmarks of classic pre-war buildings, while diverse floor plans, elevated amenities, and expanded outdoor spaces are tailored for today’s residents
Each of the building’s 41 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.
2505 Broadway was designed from the outside in. Every residence has access to the vast amenity rooftop terrace while select residences can also enjoy private balconies or their own private “backyards.”