207 West 79th Street, NYC

Born of a Beaux Arts vision for civilized urban dwelling, the Upper West Side was shaped by architects who laid the foundations of its landmarked buildings. Their revivalist architecture conferred a European sophistication that made uptown addresses among the most coveted in Manhattan. 207 West 79th Street extends the lineage of the Upper West Side into the present with a building designed for contemporary living. 207W79 Features 19 half- and full-floor residences. Morris Adjmi Architects upholds the grandeur of this landmarked district by richly textured facades lend the Upper West Side’s grand residential buildings their unique character. Pattern, texture, and scale work in concert to create an elegant facade that pays homage to its historic neighbors, while proudly taking its place among them.


  • Epicurean kitchens feature oversize islands
  • White Sky marble
  • Custom Pedini gray oak cabinetry, inspired by traditional rail and stile construction
  • Classic fixtures by Lefroy Brooks
  • Wolf, Subzero, and Miele appliances

Master Baths:

  • Empire-style rattan pattern in marble and porcelain
  • Bianco Bello marble walls and countertops
  • Pedini custom vanities with micro-architectural fluting
  • Brushed nickel Lefroy Brooks fixtures

Secondary Baths:

  • Hive tile Calacatta marble
  • Bianco Beatriz vein-cut walls and vanity tops
  • Calacatta tiling
  • Pedini custom vanities