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Over the past few years, West Chelsea has emerged as one of New York's most architecturally adventurous and in-demand neighborhoods, and it shows no sign of slowing down. The latest proof of that may be found with Linea, the new boutique condominium taking shape at 428 West 19th Street. A recent site visit showed work winding down, and a sales launch is on the horizon.
An offering plan submitted in September 2023 did not list a sellout price, but a teaser site suggests that there will be studios from $1 million to $2 million, one-bedrooms from $1 million to $3 million, two-bedrooms from $3 million to $4.5 million, three-bedrooms from $3 million to $6.5 million, and four-bedrooms from $7 million to $15 million. CityRealty’s High Line Index may also offer some clues: Condos running the length of the High Line come to an average price of $2,464 per square foot, up 1.9% from the past three months and nearly 10% from last year.

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Park House Chelsea, 500 West 22nd Street
Park House Chelsea, 500 West 22nd Street Chelsea
Linea, 428 West 19th Street
Linea, 428 West 19th Street Chelsea
One High Line, 500 West 18th Street
One High Line, 500 West 18th Street Chelsea
Lantern House, 515 West 18th Street
Lantern House, 515 West 18th Street Chelsea
435 West 19th Street
435 West 19th Street Chelsea
Private terrace with Empire State Building views
Entrance to 428 West 19th Street condominium Linea (Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group)
Linea’s design by the context-sensitive BKSK Architects pays tribute to West Chelsea’s industrial heritage with a brick facade, and its 11-story height is congruous with its nearest neighbors. Prolific developer Anbau is at the helm, and this represents their latest project in Chelsea: The transformation of 136 West 22nd Street was an early condo conversion in the neighborhood, and there are currently no availabilities on the market. One block away, the one current availability at Citizen, another Anbau-BKSK Architects collaboration, is a four-bedroom listed for $4.675 million. Finally, at the nexus of Chelsea, the Flatiron District, and NoMad, Flatiron House is nearly 70% sold; remaining availabilities start at $4.5 million.
428 West 19th Street construction progress Linea, spring 2024 (The Marin Organization)
Linea’s offering plan listed 27 storage units along with the 32 housing units; it is unclear whether these will be included with apartments or offered for sale separately. Renderings depict private outdoor space in select units. A garage door was also pictured in renderings, but plans do not indicate that the project will include on-site parking.
The building at 428 West 19th Street takes its name from a design term, perhaps in homage to its address in the heart of West Chelsea’s world-famous gallery district. Hauser & Wirth Gallery is across the street; Vito Schnabel Gallery is up the street; and the surrounding blocks are home to David Zwirner Gallery, ACA Galleries, and Paula Cooper Gallery, to name just a few. Moreover, the Whitney Museum relocated to the Meatpacking District in 2024; ten years later, it’s still going strong.
Linea West Chelsea Google Earth image showing location of Linea in West Chelsea
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The galleries brought West Chelsea to prominence, but the area has gained attention for much more in recent years. Chelsea Market is down the street from Linea, and there are several popular restaurants and bars on surrounding streets. The High Line is up the street, and additional green space includes Hudson River Park, Little Island, and Clement Clarke Moore Park.
It has also become a robust residential area with new buildings rising to make the most of High Line views and proximity. Linea is located on the same block as ABI Chelsea, 456 West 19th Street, and warehouse-turned-condominium 435 West 19th Street. Skyline and streetscape standouts One High Line and Lantern House took shape up the block on Tenth Avenue.
West Chelsea from the High Line

435 West 19th Street, #2D (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

456 West 19th Street, #45D (Elegran LLC)

505 West 19th Street, #8C (Compass)

Park House Chelsea, #2A (Compass)

Lantern House, #2003 (Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group)

One High Line, #WEST14C (Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group)
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