A short train ride from New York City, 75 Tresser Street in Stamford was designed to attract residents who aspire to its sophistication and value luxurious amenities. Guided by our vision of “The New Stamford”, our design of the building’s amenity spaces blends warm modernism, tailored elegance, and urban edge to distinguish the property in a crowded and predictable rental market.
The project’s central challenge was the awkward L-shaped space allocated for the amenities program. Rather than fight it, we embraced the long and narrow space, dubbing it “The Boulevard”. An inset area rug accentuates its unique proportions with furniture groupings arranged in vignettes overlooking the patio. The rest of the space is anchored by deep sectionals and farmhouse tables that express a casual opulence that is the essence of 75 Tresser’s identity in the market.