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In many new developments throughout New York, penthouse listings tout spectacular views among the exclusive perks. But at Lantern House, Related Companies’ nearly completed condominium in West Chelsea, the penthouse apartments could practically be part of the gorgeous High Line and river views. The most expensive penthouse in the building entered contract last week at an asking price of $18.975 million, and a new collection of penthouses has just been listed with prices starting at $7.975 million.
Lantern House penthouses are distinguished by their full height, three-dimensional corner bay windows and private outdoor space with panoramic views of the Hudson River and open city views. The development is Thomas Heatherwick's first residential project in North America, and was designed to make the most of its location from all angles: Not only do select units look directly onto the High Line, but the two buildings are joined by a dramatic glass lobby pavilion under the elevated park.
515-West-18th-Street-08 Lantern House as seen from West 18th Street
Beyond the penthouses, listings at Lantern House start at $1.95 million for one-bedrooms, $3.475 million for two-bedrooms, $5.895 million for three-bedrooms, and $10.95 million for four-bedrooms. Closings are expected to commence this spring, and occupancy is estimated for later this year.

“When Lantern House residents return home, we want them to feel like they are returning to a place like no other” - Thomas Heatherwick

515-West-18th-Street-01 All images of Lantern House penthouses via Related Companies

↓ In a neighborhood of architecturally adventurous condos, Lantern House's modern take on the bay windows easily sets it apart.


↓ Lantern House was designed to overlook the High Line, and the buildings are connected by a dramatic pavilion underneath.


↓ Thoughtfully designed interiors by March and White Design feature 12’ ceilings, vented gas fireplaces with Emperador marble surround, and five-inch-wide oak chevron plank flooring.


↓ Penthouse kitchens by March and White Design boast custom bronze finished trim and hardware, convex fluted oak cabinetry, marble slab countertops and backsplash, and an impressive array of Gaggenau amenities like double wall ovens and a 70-bottle full-height wine cooler.


↓ The penthouse terraces are either recessed and situated off the Great Room or on private rooftops.


↓ Interior-to-terrace doors are integrated into the window system, and terraces feature concrete pavers, custom stainless steel outdoor kitchens, and custom glass railings.


↓ Residents enjoy sweeping views of the Hudson River and the iconic Midtown Manhattan skyline.


↓ An attended lobby beautifully sets the tone for the amenities, which include a garden, fitness center, library, co-working lounge, game room, and playroom.


↓ A 75' saltwater lap pool is the centerpiece of a spa area with cold plunge pool, hot tub, experiential shower, traditional and infrared saunas, locker rooms and steam rooms, and spa treatment room.


↓ A common roof terrace has grilling, dining, and lounging areas.


↓ PH1021, a two-bedroom home with a roof terrace, is asking $7.975 million.


↓ Penthouse 1019, a four-bedroom with a roof terrace, is listed for $12.975 million.


↓ Penthouse 2201, a three-bedroom with a recessed terrace, is available for $16.975 million.


↓ New development penthouses now on the market

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