In the heart of Greenwich Village, full floor corner residences designed by Morris Adjmi

A new corner landmark

In the heart of Greenwich Village sits 116 University Place, a boutique luxury condominium building offering a collection of five full-floor corner residences with over 3,000 square feet of living space. Designed by Morris Adjmi, 116 University Place interprets the modern and historic feel of the Village that surrounds it.

A faceted facade

The coffered, oversized windows give depth to the faceted façade of 116 University Place and ample natural light into each residence. Inspiration for this design came from examining historic brick townhouses in Greenwich Village. “The use of the corbelled brick windows recalls the studio windows added to houses and apartments when the area was populated by artists and bohemians” — Morris Adjmi

Morris Adjmi Architects

Morris Adjmi Architects interprets the historic forces that shape our cities to design buildings that are both contextual and contemporary. A diverse team of architects, interior designers, and management is guided by a shared belief that timeless ideas about beauty and harmony can be integrated into the modern built environment, but the expression of those ideas must reflect the way we live today. Established in 1997 following a 13-year, collaboration with the renowned Italian architect Aldo Rossi, Morris Adjmi has built a practice inspired by the arts and by new technologies as well as history and tradition.