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The D'Orsay rendering (l; Adellco) and construction (r; CityRealty) The D'Orsay rendering (l; Adellco) and construction (r; CityRealty)
The new year brings renewed anticipation for D’Orsay (211 West 14th Street), an 11-story condominium under construction between Seventh and Eighth Avenues in Chelsea. Hill | West designed the brickwork façade and glass and metal ornamentation, while Studio Jacques Garcia brings his sumptuous style to the 21 condominiums inside.

All apartments at D'Orsay feature spacious layouts, open kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances, and in-unit washer/dryers. Many homes will also have private terraces. Building amenities will include a fitness center with skylight, spa with plunge pool and steam room, drawing room, concierge, and landscaped roof deck with dining and lounge areas. Many condos have already entered contract; the remaining availabilities range from $3.175 million for a two-bedroom home to $8.95 million for a full-floor penthouse with rooftop terrace, and come to an average of $2,682 per square foot.
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D’Orsay is rising on a particularly active stretch of West 14th Street. It is only a few doors down from Village Green West (245 West 14th Street), a 27-unit, 12-story, LEED Gold-certified condominium designed by KBA Architects that went up in 2015. The penthouse is listed for $9.95 million, or $3,521 per square foot, a price that puts it over 1.5 times the average price per square foot in 2016. Further west, 345 Meatpacking (345 West 14th Street), a 37-unit, 11-story condominium, went up in 2012 with an artist-commissioned façade and an average sales price of $2,064 per square foot; today, listings start at $3.745 million. The Prime (333 West 14th Street) clearly anticipated such market excitement when it expanded to 10 stories and saw its average sales price nearly double in seven years.
211 West 14th Street Recent construction photo of D'Orsay from late December (CityRealty)
245 West 14th Street exterior Village Green West via Keller Williams
345 West 14th Street exterior 345 Meatpacking via Charles Rutenberg
333 West 14th Street exterior The Prime via Douglas Elliman
Recent development shows that the appetite for condos on West 14th Street is nowhere near satiated. A nine-unit, 11-story condominium is rising at 251 West 14th Street. ODA is the designer of this project, as well as a 45-unit, 13-story condo planned to the east at 101 West 14th Street.
These projects bring a total of 136 apartments to the area but, as eye-catching condominiums slightly south demonstrate, that isn't enough. One Jackson Square, which architecture critic Carter Horsley calls “one of the city’s most dramatic and striking buildings,” has a sales average of $2,132 per square foot. The Greenwich Lane, a more recent arrival that rose on the former site of St. Vincent's Hospital, has attracted celebrity interest and ranked among top sales seemingly from the time it was announced.
122 Greenwich Avenue exterior One Jackson Square via Douglas Elliman
The Greenwich Lane via Rudin Management
West 14th Street beats through the heart of some of the finest areas in the Manhattan such as West Village, Meatpacking District, and Chelsea makes it highly desirable for easy access to the best dining, shopping, nightlife, and culture each neighborhood has to offer.

The location also offers easy access to transportation all over the city; not only is a 14th Street subway station with PATH access practically on D’Orsay’s doorstep, but the whole street will be closed to cars and dedicated to buses during the impending L train shutdown. Residential developers are not the only ones to notice; a small office boom has taken place in the wake of Google’s success at 111 Eighth Avenue, and the Whitney Museum was inspired to open a new building along the High Line in 2015.
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