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To walk past Lantern House, it has long been evident that Thomas Heatherwick's take on bay windows will give the apartments within incredible natural light and views of the High Line. That has recently been confirmed - interior images show apartments with expansive and unique floor plates, graciously curved windows, luxurious materials, and custom finishes.

Listings at Related's eye-catching condominium start at $1.75 million for one-beds, $2.495 million for two-beds, $3.45 million for three-beds, and $7.975 million for four-beds. At an average price of $2,760 per square foot, the building comes in just above similar condos' average price of $2,433 per square foot (figures per CityRealty's High Line Index).
High-Line-Index-01 High Line Index via CityRealty
The two-tower condominium development was built around the High Line, which has recently reopened to the public with free timed entry passes. It is north of Little Island, another Thomas Heatherwick design, and south of Hudson Yards, home of The Vessel. A veritable galaxy of architecture and design stars has made their mark in between, with Robert A.M. Stern Architects among them: The Cortland topped out earlier this year, and a rich red brick skin is on the way up as a tribute to the area's prewar architecture.
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Dramatic three-dimensional bay windows in every room offer enhanced natural light, and many units offer built-in window seats to make the most of it.


The windows look out on sweeping views of the High Line, Hudson Yards, the Empire State Building, and classic Chelsea architecture.


Additional interior features include high ceilings, 5” wide plank oak flooring, master suites with walk-in closets, and in-unit washer/dryer.


Custom kitchens by March & White include custom bronze finished trim and hardware, custom suspended light fixtures, convex fluted oak cabinetry, marble slab countertops and backsplash, and Gaggenau appliances.


Sumptuous master baths feature marble slab flooring and walls, built-in mirror and medicine cabinet, specialty wall sconces, custom vanity, wall-mounted Toto toilet, and radiant heated floors.


No detail is overlooked - the powder rooms feature polished black onyx slab feature walls and honed black onyx floors.


Select units have private setback terraces overlooking the iconic Manhattan skyline and new High Line architecture.


The amenities were designed to make the most of the location - witness the courtyard nestled under the High Line.


The Equinox-managed gym, yoga/meditation room, and pool and spa area all overlook the High Line.


A roof terrace with grill, fire pit, and dining and lounging areas enjoys spectacular views of Hudson Yards and the Empire State Building.

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