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All renderings and photos of ABI Chelsea via Douglas Elliman All renderings and photos of ABI Chelsea via Douglas Elliman
On the opposite side of New York from the United Nations headquarters, a veritable United Nations of architecture has taken shape along the High Line. The past few years alone have seen entrants from Great Britain (Thomas Heatherwick), France (Jean Nouvel), Denmark (Bjarke Ingels), Brazil (Isay Weinfeld), and Iraq (Zaha Hadid). Lebanon's entry is ABI Chelsea, a new condominium designed by Raed Abillama Architects and developed by Al Amir Holdings as its first American project. Its pale facade is distinguished by vertical fins, canted spandrel areas, and setbacks on the fifth and sixth floors.
An offering plan was accepted in February 2018, and the sellout price has jumped from $77.46 million to a whopping $101.738 million. Closings commenced at the beginning of the month with three off-market deals, and current availabilities range from $12.3 million for a three-bedroom garden unit to $22.75 million for a four-bedroom penthouse with a private balcony and rooftop terrace.

↓ All interiors feature customized layouts, high-quality materials and craftsmanship, and impeccable attention to detail.

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↓ Tall windows fill the spaces with light.

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↓ Kitchens are crafted by VIPP, a Danish design firm with pieces in the permanent collection at the MoMA.

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↓ Interiors are distinguished by refined minimalism and intelligent functionality.

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↓ Top-of-the-line finishes include 8" wide smoked and white oiled hardwood flooring, high-performance low-emissivity windows, and Lutron lighting.

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↓ Penthouse Two opens up to a private terrace directly overlooking the High Line.

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↓ Penthouse One's private terrace features a rooftop garden, swimming pool, and unobstructed cityscape views.

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↓ A garden unit with a large private terrace is listed for $12.3 million.

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ABI Chelsea is staffed by a full-time doorman and porter, and residential amenities include a mailroom, cold storage, private storage, and landscaped roof deck with panoramic views. Despite the fact that the majority of units have private outdoor space, the building’s address near the High Line could be its greatest asset. It is up the street from Chelsea Market, surrounded by popular local restaurants and nightlife, and in the thick of a still-active gallery scene. Indeed, the building’s ground floor is home to the Chelsea outpost of Vito Schnabel Gallery, which is currently open by appointment only.
 
 
 
 
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