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'.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
520 West 28th Street , a truly iconic, stand-out design from the late Zaha Hadid, has reportedly begun to close. The tower is over 66% sold with roughly 25 under contract and 1 closed sale. Buyers who reserved their units have just begun to close with Unit #14 reportedly closing June 26, 2017 for $6.195 million; a 2,147 SF 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom unit. Construction on the building is just about complete. Developed by The Related Companies and designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, the 39 unit building is for those who appreciate true modern luxury and will remain a part of Manhattan's High Line for decades to come. The boutique condo tower will rise 11 floors and 135'. The building features an elegant hand-rubbed metal façade which is driven by one continuous line with dynamic curves create a distinctive chevron pattern that embraces interlacing levels, maximizing privacy and security between residences. As the chevron weaves up from the ground, its folds create a multi-level design that links residence exteriors and interiors together in one sweeping movement. The result is a vertical landscape sitting directly on the High Line. Units start at $4.95 million and range up to $50 million. Amenities include a 75' skylit indoor pool, reservable aquatic spa suite, private secure vault style storage with private viewing suite, private iMax theater, High Line level terrace and lounge, and a state-of-the-art fitness center. The building's design itself is integrated with the High Line as it features a Sculpture Deck and private access directly onto the popular walkway. Enjoy the tour below.
Unit Interior (Model Unit)
Interior Amenity Spaces
The Getty, the High Line's new condo building located at 239 Tenth Avenue, has released new renderings. The Getty , which is designed by Peter Marino and from developers Michael Shvo and Victor Group, is on track to be completed this summer. The project topped off in June 2016 and the installation of the modern, steel and glass facade has been in the works along with the buildings interiors.
The Getty features 6 ultra-luxury condos units which are expected to start at $15 million when they hit the market. Each will each have a unique full-floor layout and come complete with a Gaggenau appliance packages and luxurious finishes including 80 different kinds of stone, marble, and wood finishes sourced from across the world including Greece, Pakistan, India and Uganda. The standard layout will be a 3,300 SF single-floor residence. The building will also feature a 6,400 SF duplex penthouse that is expected to list for near $50 million that comes complete with a private pool and rooftop terrace with over 3,000 SF of outdoor space. Pricing is starting close to $4,500 and will range up. Condos will start on the building’s 5th floor, with the first few floors of the project featuring a museum dedicated to the $800 million private collection of J. Tomilson Hill, a vice chairman of banking firm the Blackstone Group. The Getty is among the most expensive buildings on the West Side and features a $140 million sell-out.