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Two visionary architectural minds, a century apart, prove that a classic approach to elegance never goes out of style. The story of 720 West End Avenue begins in 1927, when esteemed architect Emery Roth made a striking architectural statement with a Renaissance revival building that has maintained the original stone base, brick facade, and sculptural detailing so iconic to New York City style.

Residents are welcomed by the meticulously restored marquee and two-story entrance adorned with a crest-and-laurel-embellished entablature.


Today, the legacy of 720 West End Avenue welcomes a fresh, modern approach to architectural form and function as reimagined by Danish-born, Soho-based designer Thomas Juul-Hansen. Contemporary interiors, designer finishes and fixtures, exquisite natural materials, open layouts with generous proportions, and an impressive array of curated amenities all breathe energy into the classic architecture, ushering in an exciting new future for both the building and the Upper West Side.


Designer Thomas Juul-Hansen posing for a photo on the rooftop of 720 West End AvenueDesigner Thomas Juul-Hansen posing for a photo on the rooftop of 720 West End Avenue
It is not often that two great architectural minds, a century apart, come together in one building. 720 West End Avenue was originally designed in 1927 by esteemed architect Emery Roth, whose classical flair and novel approach defines pre-war residential architecture in New York City.
720 West End model smiling with a hand on her hip at 720 West End Avenue
Male model dancing in all red attire at 720 West End Avenue

The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from Sponsor (“Plan”). File No. CD22-0253. Sponsor: 720 WEA Ventures LLC, c/o Intervest Capital Partners, 425 Park Avenue, 35th Floor, New York, NY 10022. All computer and/or artist renderings reflect the planned scale and spirit of the building. All depictions of personal or condominium property (including without limitation any furniture, decorations, furnishings, fixtures, appliances, and landscaping) and the maturity of the growth of any landscaping are for illustrative purposes only. Where materials, equipment, finishes, fixtures, appliances, landscaping, and/or other construction or design details are displayed in the sales office or specified on marketing materials, Sponsor reserves the right to substitute in each instance one of comparable or better quality as recognized by industry standards for performance, efficiency, longevity, and/or classifications, as applicable, in accordance with the Plan. The names and uses of the amenity areas are subject to change in accordance with the Plan and may be subject to regulation and additional charges. Sponsor reserves the right to make changes in accordance with the terms of the Plan. Sponsor makes no representation that any future construction in the neighborhood surrounding the Condominium will not result in the obstruction of the views or light from any windows, amenity spaces, units, terraces, balconies, or other areas of the building. Sponsor makes no representation or warranty with respect to the content of third parties that may be linked to or referenced herein, and Sponsor shall have no liability with respect thereto. Sponsor makes no representations or warranties except as may be set forth in the Plan, as amended.