Construction nears completion on The Apsley, a 19-story residential building at 2330 Broadway on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Designed by SLCE Architects with interiors by Champalimaud Design and developed by Welltower and Hines, the structure yields 76 assisted living and 80 memory care apartments in studio to two-bedroom layouts, with a total capacity of 178 residents. Hunter Roberts Construction Group served as the general contractor for the property, which is located at the corner of Broadway and West 85th Street.
Since our last update in September, the first two stories have been enclosed in their white stone envelope and finishing touches have concluded on the upper levels, including the construction of pergolas along the outdoor terrace atop the main setback. The sidewalk scaffolding has also been dismantled, revealing the ground-floor entrance and its suspended black metal canopy.
Blue protective film covered many of the windows at the time of our last update, but has since been removed.
Residential amenities at The Apsley include a care center, landscaped outdoor terraces, a dining bistro, an art studio, and a theater. The nearest subways are the 1 train at the 86th Street station on Broadway and the B and C trains at the 86th Street station on Central Park West. Central Park and the Hudson River Waterfront Greenway are also within walking distance of the property.
YIMBY was told the Apsley will finish all construction in the next two to three months.
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I love the canopy and the lettering for the apsley, so elegant!
Looks better than the rendering.
I agree! I love the pics with the front entrance and signage
Yes i like it. Thank you
can any YIMBY tell me why every developer doesn’t construct a building like this instead of out of context glass cubes?
I can guess the answer is, building like this would hurt their profit margin, since all they care about is the $$$$$$$$
Beautiful building. Very strange name.
Was googling and it seems like the word/name Apsley is mostly derived from British origins
Handsome facade — beautiful composition with lovely brickwork design skillfully executed. Everything says “quality”.
And as usual Michael’s photos are wonderful!
When I moved to New York at 18 from New Mexico I thought New Yorkers knew ALL the names of the buildings so all one had to say is “I live at the Apsley” – HaHa!!
Nice brickwork & it respects it’s neighborhood
Significant improvement to the neighborhood compared to what was there before. I think it was a Wells Fargo bank and some one-story shops
Ver y elegant and appropriate to the setting. Well done.
Responsible tenant looking for a one bedroom apartment