ODA Architects bring their signature boxy aesthetic to new 14th Street condo

Posted On Thu, September 17, 2020 By

Posted On Thu, September 17, 2020 By In Architecture, condos, Greenwich Village, New Developments

Renderings via ODA Architecture

ODA Architecture has made its mark all over the city, and it’s easy to tell when a project bears their name thanks to the firm’s signature boxy aesthetic, often filled with cantilevers and stacked volumes. Their latest project–a boutique condo at 101 West 14th Street–is no exception. The mixed-use development on the corner of Sixth Avenue features 44 residential units, half of which will be duplexes, as well as retail space at street level.

ODA Architecture, 101 West 14th Street

The building, developed by Gemini Rosemont, reached its full 13-story height in December, launched a teaser site today, and is slated for completion in the second quarter of 2021. Ryan Serhant and his team at Nestseekers International are handling marketing and sales for the building, where prices will start at $1.35 million for a one-bedroom home. Pricing has not yet been released for the two, three-, and four-bedroom units.

According to a press release, ODA designed the building to “maximize light, air, and outdoor space (terraces).” Residents will have access to 10,000 square feet of amenities, including a fitness center, indoor-outdoor lounge on the second floor, and a landscaped rooftop terrace. Whitehall Interiors is designing the interiors.

The condo building notably replaced the former Greenwich Village Savings Bank building, which received a graffiti work by Banksy in early 2018 and had a 1954 Julien Binford mural titled “A Memory of 14th Street and 6th Avenue” in its lobby. Developer Jamestown bought the interior mural from Gemini Rosemont for $50,000 and is working to find it a new home. Gemini themselves saved the Banksy piece, but it’s not clear where and if the art will feature in the new development.

Find future listings for 101 West 14th Street at CityRealty >>

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