Enclave at the Cathedral is a new residential development located on the campus of Manhattan's Cathedral of St. John the Divine, the fourth largest cathedral in the world. The new residences sit adjacent to the cathedral, on a site that housed stone sheds and more recently a surface parking lot. The sheds were used by masons to carve the stone for St. John's construction. The 15-story building is separated into two volumes along its 113th Street frontage and takes advantage of its steeply sloping site by connecting the volumes below a new grand stair that opens views to the cathedral transept and connects it to the street. The carving of both buildings’ corners and setbacks further opens views to the cathedral from the surrounding streets.