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221 West 29th Street, Chelsea 221 West 29th Street, Chelsea
Another day, another residential tower reaches full height in Manhattan. Within the nebulous area between Midtown West and Chelsea, formerly known as the "Fur District", the site of a former parking lot at 221 West 29th Street has sprouted the 21-story concrete frame of an upcoming 80/20 rental tower. Anticipated for completion next fall, the 102,000 square foot project will contain 96 apartments, 20% of which will be earmarked for families below the area's annual median income. The project is being developed by CBSK Ironstate, a joint-venture between SK Development, CB Developers and Ironstate Development, and the building is one of the first to be erected in the recently rezoned area between West 28th and 30th streets, and Seventh and Eighth avenues.
The width of the storefront, residential lobby, and garage entry became a controversial aspect of the project
Looking up at the street level facade
Only the stair bulkhead is left to be framed
Goldstein Hill & West Architects shaped a quintessentially-New York massing of setbacks and vertical piers. According to the firm's page for the project, the building will be faced with elegant limestone and glass which is framed by ornamental metal grilles. There will be two to six apartments per floor and amenities will include a two-level parking garage below grade, recreation rooms, laundry, storage, a green roof and a landscaped terrace. CM & Associates (CMA) is serving as the construction manager.
Construction photos from September 12, 2016

Additional Info About the Building