126 East 57th Street spans the width of a city block from 56th to 57th street, with a plan to erect a 175,000 SF tower. Almost all units would have private outdoor terraces, pixelating the cast-in-place concrete façade with projections and recesses. The residential entrance is planned to be on 57th street, bringing residents through a copper mirrored gateway into a 6-story tall atrium with views to a lushly landscaped courtyard. A gallery will lead residents to the lobby and access to the 28-story residential tower. An alternate entrance to the lobby would be through a porte cochere at 56th street for car drop off.
"This building brings a human scale, playfulness and visual interest to this upscale corridor of 57th Street,” Said Eran Chen, Founder and Executive Director of ODA. “As New York City slowly transforms Midtown East to a residential destination, we strive to offer a contemporary outlook for the taste makers and young professional buyers who value high design."
The unique footprint and layouts allowed ODA to prioritize multiple amenity experiences, a sprinkling of interconnected and intimate moments throughout the building, that will give residents a variety of spaces to relax and explore just a stone's throw from their front door. This ecosystem is designed to foster community in the building, enriching the resident experience.