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When the two-towered development on Eleventh Avenue between West 17th and 18th Streets was under construction, it attracted considerable attention for its design by Bjarke Ingels Group, the luxury condos with panoramic High Line and Hudson River views, and a hospitality tenant with its first-ever New York resort. Construction topped out in March 2019, but the project stalled between the pandemic and difficulties with original developer HFZ Capital Group. However, since Witkoff Group and Access Industries bought the project for around $900 million in December 2021, construction has resumed in earnest. The project has been rebranded One High Line, and listings have gone live.
Current availabilities start at $2.22 million for one-bedrooms, $3.54 million for two-bedrooms, $6.335 million for three-bedrooms, and $11.065 million for four-bedrooms. This puts it slightly above the neighboring Lantern House, another architecturally adventurous development designed to make the most of views of the High Line.
One High Line takes shape in an area has gotten increasingly crowded with high-rises seeking to make the most of High Line and river views. However, the twist of both towers allows for 360-degree views. The 36-story West Tower will be entirely residential, and the condos in the 25-story East Tower will start on top of Faena Hotel rooms, the better to make the most of the views.

High Line condos
West Chelsea condos
515 West 18th Street
Apartments in the West Tower have interiors by Gabellini Sheppard Associates and feature:

  • Generous living space with impressive views
  • Custom Bulthaup kitchens with White Princess Quartzite countertops and backsplash, stainless steel fixtures by CEA Design, and Gaggenau appliance packages
  • Primary bedrooms with abundant natural light and closet space
  • Primary baths with Taj Mahal Quartzite, radiant heated floors, and custom Lumix double sink vanities
  • Premium stacked in-unit washer-dryer
  • State-of-the-art Kraus Hi-Tech home automation system

One High Line condos
High Line condos
High Line apartments
Apartments in the East Tower have interiors by Gilles et Boissier and include:

  • Natural oak chevron floors
  • Kitchens with Carnico Grigio marble floors, Molteni brushed Epicea wood and white lacquer cabinetry with cove lighting, honed Calacatta Gold marble countertops and backsplash, and integrated appliances by Gaggenau and Miele
  • Primary suites with floor-to-ceiling windows and abundant closet space
  • Primary baths with Arabescato Vagli Oro and Saint Laurent Marble, radiant heat floors, custom double vanity and sink, and integrated illuminated medicine cabinets
  • Premium stacked in-unite washer-dryer
  • State-of-the-art Kraus Hi-Tech home automation system

500 West 18th Street
High Line condo amenities
One High Line amenities
Residents of One High Line will be greeted by a gracious port cochere, and amenities will include:

  • A 75’ lap pool and Jacuzzi
  • A spa with steam room, sauna, and treatment areas
  • A state-of-the-art fitness center
  • A golf simulator and virtual game room
  • A children’s game room
  • A games lounge
  • A private dining room
  • Parking and private storage for purchase

One High Line waterfront One High Line, summer 2022 (CityRealty)
In addition to the residential amenities, residents will have access to the services provided by Faena Hotel. Throughout the construction process, One High Line was touted as the future home of Six Senses Hotels’ first New York outpost. However, plans for the hospitality component changed as the project’s ownership did. Len Blavatnik of Access Industries (one of One High Line's new developers) is a founding partner of Faena, which recently partnered with Accor, the French conglomerate whose portfolio includes Sofitel, Raffles, and Fairmont. The Points Guy describes Faena's Miami and Buenos Aires properties as “more like mixed-use leisure districts than actual hotels.”
Additionally, when One High Line broke ground, its proximity to attractions like the High Line, Chelsea Market, Hudson River Park, West Village restaurants and boutiques, and Meatpacking District nightlife were key selling points. However, the area has only become more attractive since then: Little Island opened in spring 2021 and became an instant hit with locals, tourists, artists, and performers. A year later, Pier 57 unveiled a new rooftop park; this is on top of the relocated City Winery and the future home of a James Beard Foundation-curated food hall. On the opposite side of Little Island, work is underway on Gansevoort Peninsula, a new public park that will include a public art installation and a soft-edged “beach.”
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