The north tower of Jardim, the luxury condominium project under development by Centaur Properties and Greyscale Development Group, has topped out. The project is the first residential development in New York from the leading contemporary Brazilian architect and interior designer, Isay Weinfeld, who is known for his high-end hotels and private residences, including the portfolio of Fasano Hotels, and the forthcoming reincarnation of New York’s iconic Four Seasons restaurant.
Jardim overlooks the High Line and features an ultra-private urban park featuring a canopy of native evergreens and flowering trees which will envelop the 2, 11-story towers. The development will feature 36 condo units which will range from 1 to 4 bedroom residences. The north tower itself holds 29 residences. A brick-vaulted private tunnel connects West 27th and 28th Streets, leading to views of the garden's dense greenery through a latticed wall in the lobby. Amenities include an indoor pool surrounded by cool terrazzo floors and warm reclaimed old-growth pine walls underneath staggered skylights, a fitness studio, spa treatment rooms, steam rooms and saunas, event space, a children’s playroom and an automated parking system.
Photos via Will Femia. Renderings via VUW Studio.