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When a set of abandoned train tracks was transformed into an elevated park, the High Line changed the game for its West Chelsea neighborhood. Visitors to the new park were also drawn to area restaurants, galleries, and boutiques, and it remains a destination to this day. Indeed, while much of former Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Penn District plan remains up in the air, Governor Kathy Hochul embraced the aspect that called for extending the High Line to allow for a seamless connection to Moynihan Train Hall.

The Woodlands Bridge will extend eastward from the existing northern terminus of the High Line, and run parallel to 30th Street along Dyer Avenue. At the mid-block between Ninth and Tenth Avenues, it will connect to a second Timber Bridge that will travel north and connect to the Magnolia Court public plaza in the Manhattan West development, which is directly across from Moynihan Train Hall's Ninth Avenue entrance. Completion is estimated for spring 2023.
 
 
 
 
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As exciting as the extension is, the High Line is no longer the only attraction in West Chelsea. To the west of the High Line, Little Island will celebrate its first anniversary this spring. During its first year, it has hosted Proenza Schouler’s New York Fashion Week show, welcomed various artists-in-residence and cultural events, and been hailed as a “charmer with killer city views” by The New York Times. The project was the brainchild of media mogul and Meatpacking District booster Barry Diller, and the design by Heatherwick Studio allows for abundant greenery, varying elevations, and gorgeous views.
Little Island Little Island circa 2021 via CityRealty
Beyond the parks, a robust live-work-play environment is taking shape. The beloved Chelsea Market is set to experience stiff culinary competition: Downtown institution City Winery moved to Pier 57 in fall 2020, and Pier 57 recently announced plans for a new food hall curated by the James Beard Foundation. Additionally, celebrated restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson is set to open a new restaurant in the base of the Starrett-Lehigh Building; this comes along with a new food hall in the building. These will all be delicious stops before visiting the world-famous galleries or Chelsea Factory, a new performance space that will welcome The Joyce Theater for weeks of programming in April 2021.
On the commercial front, the New York Post reports that after a pandemic-related pause, work has resumed on the Hudson Arts Building, a 200,000-square-foot office tower at 220 Eleventh Avenue. This is part of a wave of new office construction taking place in the area and inspired by Google's success.
The 7 train at Hudson Yards allows for easy access to this section of West Chelsea. However, the opening of the High Line also set off a building boom of architecturally adventurous new residential buildings that made the most of High Line views and access. This does not come cheap - according to CityRealty’s High Line Index, the average price of condos running the length of the High Line comes to $2,170 per square foot. We take a look at exciting condo buildings from celebrated architects.
CityRealty's High Line condo index (https://www.cityrealty.com/nyc/building-indices/high-line-condos/111)

21 floors | 180 units | 2021 | Architect: Heatherwick Studio

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Lantern House was named in honor of Heatherwick Studio's interpretation of bay windows, which offer spectacular High Line views and unique floor plans and interiors. The facade generated attention all over the world and generated two NYCxDESIGN Awards.

The two-building complex is joined by a dramatic glass lobby pavilion underneath the High Line. Other amenities, like the Equinox-curated fitness center, pool, spa, and roof terrace, seek to make the most of High Line and Hudson River views.

515-West-28th-Street-01 Lantern House via Corcoran
From the Listing: Dramatic three-dimensional bay windows are featured in every room at Lantern House offering charm, character and enhanced light and views keeping residents and their sense of home at the center of its design ethos. Residence 702 is a spacious 3-bedroom, 3-bath home that offers north and east exposures with city views overlooking tree-lined High Line Park. The gracious foyer and oversized great room lead to beautiful interiors that feature a generous kitchen custom designed by March & White and including custom bronze finished trim and hardware, Gaggenau appliances including wine refrigeration, a custom suspended light fixture of bronze-finished metal and specialty glass, convex fluted oak cabinetry, Calacatta Venato marble slab countertops and backsplash, 5" wide plank French oak flooring, in-residence washer and dryer and ceiling heights of up to 10'9". See floor plan and full details here.

11 floors | 39 units | 2017 | Architect: Zaha Hadid

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The late and great Zaha Hadid incorporated her signature style for her only New York City residential project, which faces the High Line. The zig-zagging facade curves is reflected in the split-level unit layouts, where kitchens were designed by Hadid herself. Sensuous curves are also on view through the amenities, such as the sunlit pool, fitness center, and the city's first private IMAX theater.

520-West-28th-Street-02 520 West 28th Street via Corcoran
From the Listing: Grand and loft-like, this generously-scaled home measures 2,927 square feet interior and 198 square feet exterior. The extraordinary 650-square-foot Great Room boasts lovely southeast views of the Chelsea skyline, the High Line, and the verdant new sculpture garden - with a perfect balcony to soak it all in. The separate kitchen by Boffi with Gaggenau appliances opens onto a gracious family room to offer an ideal informal living space. A luxurious primary suite with dual walk-in closets plus three additional bedrooms with en-suite baths, wet bar, utility room, powder room, and overscaled art walls perfect this remarkable home. Designed inside and out by Zaha Hadid, the level of interior detailing is remarkable on every level, including features such as 10-foot wide motorized windows, distinctive curved window detailing, sculptural kitchen islands, high ceilings and custom wall-paneling designed for your art collection. See floor plan and full details here.

12 floors | 10 units | 2021 | Architect: Raed Abillama Architects

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Designed by Raed Abillama Architects, ABI Chelsea is a discreet, full-service condominium located on West 19th Street near the corner of Tenth Avenue, steps from the High Line. Residences in the 10-unit building employ a bespoke approach to design, rooted in craftsmanship, materiality, and impeccable detail. Amenities include a full-time doorman, porter, private storage, mailroom, and cold storage, and a common landscaped roof deck with panoramic views.

455-West-19th-Street-01 Abi Chelsea via Compass
From the Listing: Unique in every sense, the third floor at ABI Chelsea pairs thoughtful architecture with the finest craftsmanship to create a true urban oasis. With top-of-the-line finishes throughout, including kitchen and bath fittings by Vipp, the renowned Danish design firm with work in MoMA's permanent collection, this full floor home consists of three bedrooms and three and a half baths, spread over 2,650 interior and 1,125 exterior square feet, offering the perfect layout for indoor-outdoor living and entertaining. The elegant interior features 10-foot high ceilings, wide plank white oak floors, fair faced concrete ceilings and walls, FLOS track lighting systems, multi-zoned HVAC system, hydronic radiant heat floors, and PanoramAH! window and door systems. See floor plan and full details here.

10 floors | 14 units | 2019 | Architect: Roman and Williams

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The Fitzroy is a boutique condominium with a deep green façade, copper spandrels, and window frames, terra cotta cladding derived from Art Deco influences. All 14 units feature interiors by Roman and Williams, customizable Savant home automation system, multi-zoned central heating and air conditioning, Miele washer/dryer, hydronic radiant-heated flooring, and copper fixtures throughout. The building was developed by JDS Development in partnership with Largo Investments. Amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, fitness center with yoga and Pilates room, wine cellar with secured wine locker for each home, art studio, bike room, and landscaped rooftop lounge with summer kitchen.

514-West-24th-Street-02 The Fitzroy via Compass
From the Listing: Residence 9 at The Fitzroy is a full-floor, four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath, 4,328-square-foot home. Enter directly from the keyed elevator into the gracious great room with 11-foot ceilings, oversized casement windows and two twin private loggias measuring 176 square feet in total. The main living area is further extended through a set of gorgeous French doors to the home's private library, complete with its own en-suite bathroom. Along the eastern wing of the residence is the formal dining room and the stunning eat-in kitchen. The handcrafted kitchen features Fiores de Pesco marble countertops, copper backsplash and Waterworks fixtures with a state-of-the-art appliance package by Miele, Sub-Zero and a stunning black enameled Lacanche range. An abundance of storage can be found throughout the kitchen and separate butler's pantry. See floor plan and full details here.

11 floors | 31 units | 2018 | Architect: SCDA Architects

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Despite its seemingly restrained exterior, the Soori High Line, designed by SCDA Architects, is one of the most unique condos in all of New York. Living room ceilings rise to atrium-like heights, amply lit by full-height windows. Luxuriant finishes permeate down to the smallest touches, such as leather-wrapped door handles. Most units feature personal pools, which come into full view from the living area thanks to their glass walls. Moreover, the Soori sits just steps from the High Line and just a block away from Hudson Yards.

522-West-29th-Street-01 Soori High Line via Compass
From the Listing: This floor-through three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom residence is designed with the distinction of a privately commissioned home, offering generous proportions and abundant light throughout. Upon arrival through an Augsburg oak paneled private elevator landing, you are welcomed into a grand double-height living room with soaring 18-foot ceilings, expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that offer sun-filled exposures, Augsburg oak paneled walls, and an elegant gas fireplace with floating Nero Marquina marble slab hearth. Designed for entertaining, the spacious living and dining areas open to a partially-enclosed heated swimming pool with solid timber pool deck that sets the bar for urban tranquility. See floor plan and full details here.

19 floors | 44 units | 2015 | Architect: Sir Norman Foster

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The 19-story tower, designed by Sir Norman Foster, channels crisp, timeless modernism from the fluted-wall porte cochere through and similarly styled amenities such as the fitness center. The clean-lined facade makes picture-perfect frames around the Hudson River-facing floor-to-ceiling windows.

Residents arrive to a discreet porte-cochere surrounded by a green wall, and enter to a dramatic double-height lobby. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga room, his and hers spa, lounge, children's playroom, and bike room.

551-West-21st-Street-02 551W21 via Compass
From the Listing: This magnificent residence at 551 West 21st Street boasts a sprawling 3,016-square-foot interior with three bedrooms and three full bathrooms. Upon entering directly into the home via key-locked elevator, one is welcomed by a gracious 35-foot long gallery. This elegant runway, perfectly suited to display all of your artwork, stretches into a sun-filled great room with wall to wall windows and white oak herringbone floors. The chef's kitchen is replete with the finest quality finishes including Molteni & C | Dada custom oak cabinetry, beveled Blanco de Macael marble countertops and backsplash, Sub-Zero refrigerator, a Gaggenau cooktop, sprawling center island, two Miele convection ovens, and two Miele dishwashers. Private parking space sold with apartment. See floor plan and full details here.

19 floors | 16 units | 2010 | Architect: Selldorf Architects

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Anabelle Selldorf’s sleek, chrome-plated tower at 200 11th Avenue revs with energy like a vintage hot rod. Speaking of hot rods, tenants can ride theirs right up to the apartment via the dedicated car elevator. After stepping out of the in-unit garage, the driver is treated to Hudson River panoramas from double-height windows.

The 19-story tower holds just 16 apartments, creating a penthouse vibe in every unit. The building is located across the street from the Gagosian Gallery and close to Chelsea Waterside Park, Chelsea Piers, and Little Island.

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From the Listing: Enter the building via the 24-hour attended lobby, or simply drive your car into the building, into a private elevator, that whisks you and your car directly up to an en-suite Sky Garage - a New York first - adjoining the apartment. The lower level is accessed directly via a passenger elevator and leads you through an entryway with a coat closet to reveal the inspiring living room overlooking The Chelsea Waterside Park, Chelsea Cove Park, and the Hudson River beyond. The living room features ceiling heights ranging from over 11 feet to 23 feet with multiple, superb art walls. Two sets of French doors swing open to let the outdoors in. An open teak kitchen with an island and Miele and Liebherr appliances is positioned to the north and is easily concealed with folding door panels. The south wall features a custom-designed double-height shelving system to display collections of art and books. See floor plan and full details here.

11 floors | 5 units | 2020 | Architect: Peter Marino

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In 2018, a $59.06 million penthouse at this crisp, minimalist building set a record for all of Downtown. It opens onto the High Line and Chelsea from three directions, and ample sunlight pours in through enormous windows, some of which rise 23 feet high. The 11-story high-rise contains just five apartments, which brings a degree of privacy hardly matched by any other high-rise apartment building in the city. Designer Peter Marino has said that "art is integrated into every aspect of the building," and that is true of its commercial tenant: The building houses the Lehmann Maupin Gallery on the first two floors

36 floors | 236 units | 2022 | Architect: Bjarke Ingels Group

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Bjarke Ingels’ twisting 36- and 26-story towers span an entire block between the High Line and Hudson River Park, allowing for the 236 luxury condos to partake in sweeping views of both the river and the city. The project will also have the country's first Six Senses Hotel, commercial space, and a new public promenade that will extend to the High Line.

Construction on both towers topped out in March 2019, but work stalled later that year. However, in December 2021, Witkoff Group and Access Industries purchased the project in a public debt auction. Construction is expected to resume in 2022.

21 floors | 72 units | 2010 | Architect: The Ateliers Jean Nouvel

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The faceted facade of architect Jean Nouvel’s curved high-rise ranks among the city’s finest. An abstract array of angled apertures, colored in different shades of turquoise, ripples like the waters of the Hudson River that it looks out upon and seems to dissolve into thin air above the street corner entrance. Amenities include 24-hour concierge service, a state-of-the-art fitness center and sauna, a 70-foot indoor/outdoor lap pool, and a landscaped courtyard.

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From the Listing: Occupying the entire 18th floor and a great part of the 17th floor, and spanning 8,372 square feet with views in all directions, from sunrise to sunset, unit 17/18A feels like a dream. The welcoming, 10'-11"-ceiling, open floor plan is bright and airy, featuring 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and 2 powder rooms spread between both floors that guarantee the ultimate comfort. The top floor features the living space, with west, east, and north exposures, along with the formal dining room facing sunsets over the Hudson, an entirely ideal setting for entertaining. Catch your breath as you enter into the stainless steel, chef's kitchen because of the views, the ample space, and an impeccable appliance suite. See floor plan and full details here.

11 floors | 14 units | 2008 | Architect: Neil M. Denari

Cantilevering over the High Line, HL23's 14 residences have floor-to-ceiling windows and range from 1,900 to 3,600 square feet. Apartments have keyed elevator access and large entry foyers. Eleven residences are full-floor units, one is a duplex penthouse and another is a two-floor maisonette. Modern touches include a remote-controlled window shade system and improved sound insulation.

The LEED-certified building was developed by Alf Naman and designed by Neil M. Denari, a California architect who from 1997 to 2002 was the director of the Southern California Institute of Architects. Interiors were designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen. Marc I. Rosenbaum was the collaborating architect. One hundred percent of the building's energy comes from green power, and amenities include an attended lobby, 24-hour concierge service, and a health and fitness club.

10 floors | 8 units | 2021 | Architect: GDSNY

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Inspired by modernism and the nearby High Line, 500W25 offers exceptional privacy in the heart of West Chelsea. Only seven full-floor residences and a duplex penthouse, all with high-tech features and remarkable private outdoor space, have been designed by architect-developer GDSNY. The elegant oak and brass lobby is attended, and there is a common terrace on the second floor. The property celebrates beauty, functionality, and sophistication in equal measure.

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From the Listing: Be the very first to live in this stunning 2,375-square-foot full-floor 3-bedroom, 3-bath residence which also features a 210-square-foot private terrace. The key-fob elevator opens directly into the vestibule of your new home. A gallery, fabulous for art, leads directly to your private terrace, which is also accessed from the primary bedroom. The corner great room steals the show, lined with nine oversized windows and 10+ foot ceilings which invite an abundance of natural light and unbeatable views of 10th Avenue and West 25th Street. Cook and entertain to your heart's delight in an airy open kitchen, featuring custom white oak cabinetry and Gaggenau appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

11 floors | 9 units | 2008 | Architect: Shigeru Ban

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Metal Shutter Houses is Pritzker Prize laureate Shigeru Ban's first condominium in the United States, and he brings the same contextual ingenuity to this building as he has to others all over the world. Each of the nine residences can be opened across its entire breadth to create one uninterrupted expanse of indoor/outdoor living.

10 floors | 22 units | 2003 | Architect: SHoP Architects

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When designing the Porter House at 66 Ninth Avenue, SHoP Architects boldly grafted a striking six-story modernist cube onto pre-war industrial loft in a move that architecture critic Carter Horsley calls "one of the boldest residential designs in the city."

A part-time doorman and full-time resident manager are on staff, and amenities include a fully equipped gym, bike room, and private storage. However, the most highly coveted part may be its address: The building sits right by the nightlife of the Meatpacking District, across the street from Chelsea Market, at the doorstep of the Greenwich Village, and next to Google’s New York office.

66-Ninth-Avenue-01 The Porter House via Douglas Elliman
From the Listing: #5E is a 3-bedroom, 3-bath condominium offering an open floor plan with generously proportioned rooms and private outdoor balcony, room for a home office, in-building private gym, bicycle room and plenty of storage. Large windows provide a bright southern view from the main living space with generous custom closets throughout, overhead lighting, central air conditioning/heat and washer/dryer within. The kitchen boasts a Viking range, Viking refrigerator, garbage disposal, white stone countertops, built in breakfast bar, in-sink garbage disposal and all stainless steel appliances. All bathrooms are stone floors with the primary bath offering double sinks, marble, stainless steel, and stall shower with separate soaking tub. See floor plan and full details here.

15 floors | 10 units | 2014 | Architect: Tamarkin with Hill West Architects

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Architect Cary Tamarkin with the design firm Hill West brings the clean-cut Bauhaus style to Chelsea, where exposed bands of concrete alternate with strips of broad, loft-style casement windows. The minimalist clock facing the High Line completes the turn-of-the-20th-century avant-garde aesthetic.

The 10-story building holds just 15 apartments, which are some of the roomiest in the neighborhood. Amenities include a central courtyard with gas grill, a private storage room for each apartment, a fitness room, and a bike room.

508-West-24th-Street-02 508 West 24th Street via Compass
From the Listing: The fifth floor is the largest unit in the building and is accessible via a private elevator landing that opens up to a wide entry foyer ideal for art enthusiasts. The loft is customize perfect for entertaining or ideal for intimate settings. In addition, quiet living quarters are separate from the two expansive living rooms and dining space. The entire loft features 10-foot ceilings, solid rift and quartered white oak floors. The primary bedroom suite includes a luxurious spa bath and private dressing rooms; secondary bedrooms have en-suite baths. The residence is very spacious with views facing north, south, east, and west and includes a fantastic private balcony overlooking the High Line. See floor plan and full details here.

15 floors | 10 units | 2014 | Architect: Tamarkin with Hill West Architects

Designed by Cary Tamarkin, 456 West 19th Street contains 22 duplex units that are light-filled and spacious, ranging from 1,100 to 3,000 square feet. Residences also feature large windows offering expansive views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River and kitchens and bathrooms equipped with modern appliances from Miele and Sub Zero and premium, Arne Jacobsen fixtures.

456 West 19th Street is LEED certified, and amenities include 24-hour doorman service, bike room, and common garden. The High Line and the entrance to Little Island are a short distance away.

456 West 19th Street 456 West 19th Street via Compass
From the Listing: This pristine, published penthouse in the heart of the West Chelsea Gallery District has been extraordinarily renovated and re-imagined as the ultimate glamorous showstopper, an elegant sanctuary of sophistication wrapped in brick and true divided-light steel windows that offer superb light and panoramic views over West Chelsea, Hudson Yards and Midtown Manhattan. With north, west, and east exposures, an entry with exquisitely milled custom closets leads to the magnificent double-height living room boasting nearly 20-foot ceilings, that bathe the room in light all day long. Dramatic walls offer space for extraordinary large-scale artworks. A sleek 6-foot gas fireplace provides an element of intimacy amongst the grandeur. See floor plan and full details here.

10 floors | 35 units | 2015 | Architect: Thomas Juul-Hansen

505 West 19th Street is an intimate 35 unit condominium designed by the acclaimed Kohn Pedersen Fox Architects consisting of two low-rise buildings that straddle the High Line. The building is entered from underneath the park and its elegant lobby features a skylight with a view of its underside. The building building a full-time doorman, fitness center, cold storage, and a bicycle room.

505-West-19th-Street 505 West 19th Street via Corcoran
From the Listing: Loft-like 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath has 10-foot ceilings and 8-foot windows. The south and east-facing corner apartment is flooded with light and views of the New York Life and Empire State Buildings. This apartment is ideal for entertaining with an open kitchen, includes top-of-the-line appliances; consisting of an under the counter wine fridge, fully vented Miele convection/ speed oven, warming drawer, and gas cook top. Beautifully designed with hand crafted quarter swan, white oak cabinetry in a grey stain with brushed absolute black granite counter tops and leather enveloped brass pulls. The primary bathroom features Bianco Dolomiti heated flooring, travertine walls, and brass fixtures by Waterworks. See floor plan and full details here.

11 floors | 15 units | 2014 | Architect: Soo K. Chan of SCDA

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This glass-clad top-to-toe conversion overlooks the High Line on two sides and hosts two- and three-bedroom homes and a five-unit penthouse collection. All units feature 10-foot ceilings, Bulthaup kitchens with Gaggenau appliance packages, built-in multipurpose islands, and light oak floors. Building amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, a gym, a roof deck with a kitchen, and private storage.

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From the Listing: Generously sized, this expansive half-floor home features double paned floor to ceiling windows, sweeping views of the High Line, and provides a unique sense of smart home living with a private 271-square-foot terrace. Features include private keyed elevator access, European wide plank light oak Grato floors, Belgian Delta LED recessed lighting, video intercom communication system, Lutron Homeworks QS Smart Home System for controlling temperature, lighting and window shades and motorized Lutron solar shades. Bulthaup millwork, Dornbracht fixtures and Molteni custom closets are featured throughout the residence. See floor plan and full details here.

24 floors | 478 units | 2008 | Architect: Handel Architects

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An early entrant to West Chelsea, Caledonia rose on the former site of the Chelsea Garden Center; today, direct access to the High Line offers residents a touch of nature. The building's condo and rental units share a common lobby, but are reached via separate elevators. Amenities include full-time doorman and concierge service, a state-of-the-art Equinox gym, a business center, a children's playroom, a pet spa, a meditation garden, and a fully outfitted roof deck with outdoor showers, lounge chairs, and grills.

450-West-17th-Street-02 Caledonia via Compass
From the Listing: A rare find, this beautiful, sun-filled two-bedroom features exquisitely designed modern interiors is a unique corner apartment at the iconic Caledonia because of its exceptional ceiling height of just under 11 feet (the highest in the building), found only on this floor. The proportions of the apartment allow for easy entertaining, with a gracious living room adjoining a generous open kitchen. The second bedroom has been converted to a fabulous den off of the living room, but can be easily returned to a full bedroom as needed. The contemporary kitchen is fitted with bamboo cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances, including a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, Viking convection oven, and Viking cooktop. The primary bedroom suite is unusually spacious, with a huge walk-in closet with custom shelving, and a large en-suite bath. See floor plan and full details here.

7 floors | 10 units | 2022 | Architect: Selldorf Architects

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Park House's industrially-inspired red brick facade makes an understated contrast to the Selldorf-designed 200 Eleventh Avenue (see above). It is located across the street from Clement Clark Moore Park, next to the High Line, and along Chelsea's world-famous Gallery Row. The building has an attended lobby, and private storage is included.

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From the Listing: The elevator door opens directly into Residence 3A that features a gracious entry gallery with a large coat closet that leads past the powder room to a generously scaled living room. This exceptionally quiet one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom home has generous proportions with 1,157 square feet in total size and about 35ft of frontage with oblique views towards a heavily treed section of the High Line Park that provides privacy. The open chef's kitchen features Bulthaup cabinetry, natural aluminum full height cabinets, and Alpine white matte lacquer under-counter cabinetry. The perfectly square bedroom features a large walk-in closet and an en-suite bathroom that features a Wetstyle, solid surface under-mount sink with superb mirrored and illuminated vanity storage, and a wall-hung Toto toilet. Private storage is included. See floor plan and full details here.

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23 floors | 144 units | Architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects

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In the midst of the glassy new architecture along Eleventh Avenue, The Cortland's red brick facade and rusticated limestone base pays tribute to the area's blue-collar roots. The studio through five-bedroom homes will feature "a refined West Coast aesthetic," high-quality natural materials, open-plan living and dining areas, and high ceilings. Amenities will include a private motor court, fitness center, sports court, yoga room, spa with hot tub and cold plunge, music room, screening room, children's playroom, pet spa, event lounge, and common roof terrace. A sales launch is on the horizon, and completion is estimated for later this year.

9 floors | 6 units | Architect: workshop/apd

No. 29 Condominium is a long-awaited boutique condo to house full-floor and duplex residences across its nine floors. Apartments will range from 1,500 to 3,000 square feet in size and have 12- to 16-foot ceilings. Most flats will also come with a private outdoor terrace and the penthouse unit will have a private roof deck and pool. Back in 2016, prices were estimated to start from $3.75 million. Sales will likely begin in the coming months.

45 floors | 277 units | Architect: Ismael Leyva Architects

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Construction is underway on 606 West 30th Street, which will house ground-level retail and 192,780 square feet of residential space. Renderings depict private balconies (a rare feature in new High Line-Hudson Yards buildings), and amenities are expected to include lounges, a fitness center, a pool, a playroom, elevated outdoor terraces, and a garage with space for about 60 cars and 142 bicycles. Completion is estimated for 2024.

Honorable Mentions
459 West 18th Street
High Line 519
Chelsea Modern
345 Meatpacking
532 West 20th Street
Five Five Zero, 550 West 29th Street
Chelsea Club
The Caledonia
Lifesaver Lofts
559-West-23rd-Street-01 Chelsea Waterside Residences
560-West-24th-Street-01 Five Sixty
Park House
520 West Chelsea
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177-Ninth-Avenue-01 Chelsea Enclave


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