by S9 Architecture

Located in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan, 160 East 22nd Street is a 21-story, 84-unit
condominium apartment building. In addition to luxury residences, the building includes ground loor retail
space. The design is based on a modern interpretation of the elegant and timeless classic pre-war apartment
buildings in the neigh-borhood. The limestone clad building’s massing is sculpted to incorporate a 24’
cantilever, and punctuated with alternating deep set fenestration pattern.
As with the exterior design, the interior is comprised of classical proportions and contemporary character. A
well-balanced variation of noble materials and details throughout the building creates a sleek style with a touch
of luxury vintage, all executed by local craftsmen.
Overall, 160 East 22nd Street’s design aims to blend classic contemporary lines with historic contextual influences,
resolving complex vernacular New York City regulations, while meeting the fine aesthetic and pragmatic
needs of its end users.

DESIGN
S9 Architecture

CLIENT
Toll Brothers City Living

SERVICES
Architecture
Interior Design

SIZE
116 000 SF

LOCATION
160 East 22nd Street
New York, NY

Arquitectos: S9 Architecture

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S9 Architecture believes each design solution is informed by programmatic, physical, environmental, economic
and contextual forces, rejecting pre-conceived ideas and stylistic preoccupations. With a design approach rooted
in modern contextualism and inspired by urban narratives, S9 Architecture’s works include residential, mixed and
adaptive reuse projects. Among them are 205 Water Street in Brooklyn (2012), 160 East 22nd Street in Manhattan
(2014) and Ponce City Market in Atlanta (2015). Currently under construction in New York City are The New
York Wheel, Empire Stores and 606 Broadway, all expected to be completed by 2018.