Pricing, floorplans and interiors have been unpacked at Inwood’s The Stack at 4857 Broadway.
The modular building’s 28 rental apartments were put together in Pennsylvania and then stacked into seven stories over 19 days, as per the time-lapse video by architect GLUCK+. Studios are priced from $1,755 per month, one-bedrooms from $2,400, two-bedrooms from $2,850 and three-bedrooms from $3,990, according to the official site.
Interiors have large windows, colored concrete floors, maple kitchen cabinetry, stainless steel Energy Star appliances, mosaic-tiled bathrooms with built-in vanities and individual climate control. Many residences get private outdoor space, and have washers and dryers in select units.
Amenities include a virtual doorman, video intercom, shared laundry room and a landscaped courtyard with seating. Private storage and bicycle storage are also available.
Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is handling leasing and marketing.
Given the project’s innovative construction process, it’s no surprise that the floorplans bear unorthodox wording; bedrooms are designated as “dream,” living rooms as “entertain,” exterior space as “breathe” and studio space as “live.” Notably, the bathrooms are not labeled.