Mann Report Residential
July 19, 2017
Located across the street from each other on an ideal Upper West Side block, sister buildings 210 West 77th Street and 221 West 77th Street were both developed by the Naftali Group with convenience and luxury in mind. The boutique condominiums feature spacious interiors that are warm, modern, and perfectly suited for the Upper West Side.
The model home at 210 West 77th Street was designed by Interior Marketing Group (IMG) and is well appointed with thoughtful details. Every residence in the building is privately accessed by an elevator that opens directly into the home. Inside, solid white oak-plank floors highlight the uninterrupted flow of space. The model unit at 210 features a fireplace and a private outdoor terrace offering additional entertaining and dining space. The residence showcases a custom kitchen with hand-painted white with mahogany interiors, made by acclaimed furniture maker Smallbone of Devizes. Clean architectural lines and simple design elements give the home a modern, yet functional, elegance. This concept is echoed throughout all 25 residences and the building’s exceptional amenities.
Model room at 221 West 77th Street
The aesthetic choices of architect and interior designer Thomas Juul-Hansen at 221 West 77th Street pay homage to the old-world elegance and historical architecture of the neighborhood while maintaining a contemporary style. Twenty-six residences with private-elevator entrances were designed as expansive, light-filled half floors, full floors, and townhouses. The model unit features an open layout, solid white oak-plank floors, soaring ceilings and floor-to-ceiling casement windows. The master bedroom features walk-in closets and a beautiful marble master bath with a radiant heated floor. The Juliet balcony provides a charming connection to the outdoors and a fresh perspective of the surrounding cityscape.