After undergoing a name change from The Eleventh, to XI, HFZ Capital's Bjarke Ingels Group designed high line condo will launch sales on May 7. One bedrooms will start at $2.8, 2 bedrooms will start at $3.9 million, 3 bedrooms from $6.5 million and 4-bedroom starting at $9 million. XI will also feature half-floor penthouse units starting at $25 million.
Sales have launched at the SCDA-Architects-designed Five One Five directly on the High Line in Chelsea. With a design team led by the internationally-acclaimed Soo K. Chan, Five One Five rises 11 stories and features just 15 condominium residences.
Douglas Elliman Development Marketing (DEDM) has announced the launch of leasing at The Lewis, a sophisticated rental with a boutique feel and luxe interiors located at 411 West 35th Street. The project was developed by West 35th Street SBXLVI, LLC
The Bjarke Ingels-designed High Line hugging The Eleventh, located 76 Eleventh Avenue, which is being developed by HFZ Capital Group has hit vertical rise from the podium. When topped out, the west tower will rise 400' and the east tower will rise 300'.
Related Companies has locked down Thomas Heatherwick and Robert A.M. Stern to design their two tower Hudson Residences development. Thomas Heatherwick, who also designed the Vessel and public square at Hudson Yards, will design the tower at 515 West 18th Street while Robert A.M. Stern will design the portion at 555 West 22nd Street.
Nestled away in West Chelsea at 449 West 24th Street sits this serene townhome asking $11 million. The mid-century home is 21' wide and features 4,073 SF of living area with 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
The penthouse has One Walker Tower, located at 212 West 18th St., can be all yours for $45 million. The luxurious spread is regarded as one of the finest penthouses in Chelsea. The condo is spread over 5,955 SF with an additional 479 SF of private terraces and features 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.
Could another shake-up becoming to the New York hospitality industry? Earlier this summer rumors began to surface that Standard International, the hospitality firm founded by hotelier Andre Balazs, which originally bought out The Standard, High Line from other investors in 2014 for $400 million, is in late-stage talks to unload the asset.
Douglas Elliman Development Marketing announced that Raphael De Niro and Maggie Leigh Marshall, one of the brokerage’s top teams, will now be handling the exclusive sales and marketing for The Fitzroy. The Fitzroy will rise 10-stories and feature 14 condominium units located at 514 West 24th Street alongside the High Line.
PROFILEnyc had the exclusive opportunity to sit down with Harlan Berger, Founder of Centaur Properties, LLC and Daniel Laub, Principal of Greyscale Development Group, to discuss how Chelsea is transforming into an architecture mecca, bringing Jardim to reality and working with the famed Isay Weinfeld.