RYBAK plans for new 21-unit condo project on Upper East Side; Architect is Zaslavskiy of Zproekt Architecture

January 22, 2019 - Design / Build
Manor82, 333 East 82nd Street
- Manhattan, NY

Manhattan, NY RYBAK Development has launched plans for a new development project – Manor82. This limestone development is located in the Upper East Side neighborhood at 333 East 82nd St.

On December 19th, 2018, RYBAK Development closed on UES assemblage of four townhouses; 331, 333, 335 and 337 for $23 million. Manor82 shall be a 21-unit condominium project with a unit mix consisting of one, two, three-bedroom, duplex townhouses with terraces and PH units with 18-ft. ceilings and a community facility space at the ground and cellar levels. The project has been filed to be composed on 35,875 FAR s/f.

Features of Manor82 will include limestone intricate façade, marble slab baths, Italian interiors, herringbone flooring, doorman, package room, cold storage, terraces, a gym, a kids’ playroom and parking.

“We invested enormous energy into analyzing the most notable and relevant structures on the Upper East Side in order to curate the inspiration for Manor82,” said Igor Zaslavskiy, AIA, project architect of firm Zproekt Architecture. “A glass curtain wall façade was not inspiring enough, but lent itself to embrace and recognize the Renaissance Revival architectural movement and its effects on the UES. The curves of the now Ralph Lauren flagship store and cornices of the Metropolitan Club characterized the vision behind Manor82’s chiseled limestone façade.”

“Manor82 is located on a charming tree-lined block in prime UES”, stated Sergey Rybak, principal, RYBAK Development. “We commissioned our architect to study the area and design a structure that not only complements and preserves the UES character, but also contributes its own personality and lasting presence.”

“Over the past decade, the RYBAK brand has become synonymous with structural quality, operational efficiency, and product innovation. RYBAK is proud to present Manor82,” said Jason Reznik, principal, RYBAK Development.

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