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View of the Private Terraces
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The Main Entrance to 250 West 96th Street

An inviting entrance tucked away on tree-lined West 96th Street blends sophistication with a warm welcome home.

Framed in bronze and limestone and protected by an elegant setback, the double-height entry to 96+Broadway reinterprets the grandeur of the Upper West Side’s most prominent buildings.

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Downtown Manhattan Views from the Rooftop Terrace
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Limestone Sourcing

In a modern expression of classical architecture, Thomas Juul-Hansen has designed 96+Broadway’s façade with expansive windows encased in bronze trim and silver-grey limestone. The material is imported from Germany’s Franken-Schotter quarry, known for responsible environmental practices that include zero wastage, reforestation, and the conversion of former quarries to owl habitats.

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Double-Height Lobby
Silver Travertine reception desk
Outdoor garden
Double-height lobby

The lobby expresses history, modernity, and community in a single glance.

Like the building exterior, the double-height lobby combines the iconic materials and exquisite proportions of historic Upper West Side architecture into a contemporary statement.

Building Study
Building Study By Thomas Juul-Hansen

96+Broadway’s gracious setbacks filter daylight into a lobby-level garden as well as multiple private terraces.

Gridded glass adds rhythm and texture to the building exterior, and bathes the interiors in light.