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Landsea, Leyton Launch Sales at Upper West Side Condos

Landsea Homes and Leyton Properties launched sales at 212 W. 93rd St. on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The 14-story condominium contains just 20 residences, most featuring a private terrace.
“New Yorkers today want a home that is optimized for their daily needs, they want a flexible layout that integrates with the outdoors and a more intimate, private setting,” said Jed Lowry, division VP at Landsea Homes. “212 W. 93rd St. embodies this new luxury paradigm.”
Added Scott Leyton, principal at Leyton Properties, “212 W. 93rd St. provides every detail desired in a home, in a discreet boutique building with only 20 residences.”
Architecture firm ODA conceived the building as a vertical collection of individual homes. The residences range from one- to four-bedrooms. The Lindsey Stokes Team at Compass Development Marketing Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the project, which is slated for completion later this year.


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