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Cary Tamarkin and a rendering and floorplan for his tower, courtesy of The Real Deal Cary Tamarkin and a rendering and floorplan for his tower, courtesy of The Real Deal
Cary Tamarkin’s next boutique condominium tower is rising at 550 West 29th Street in West Chelsea. Serving as both developer and designer of the development, Tamarkin has planned a 12-story, 135-foot tower at the lot that will allegedly feature his trademark steel-banded, multipaned windows. Goldstein, Hill, & West is serving as the architect for the project, which will span 55,368 feet in total
Inside, 550 West 29th Street will host 32 residential units, including some duplexes and a penthouse. Tamarkin claims they will be smaller than his units at his recently finished nearby 508 West 24th Street, which rises alongside the High Line. Here, residences will range from 1,500 to 2,000 square feet apiece. The tower will also host 5,5065 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. Amenities at 550 West 29th will include a fitness center, private storage, bicycle storage for 16 bikes, and a lobby. Above the tower will sit a private rooftop terrace, complete with sunset views of the Hudson River. An entrance to the High Line is also just around the corner.
Recent construction shows the tower is finally rising
Zoning diagram
CORE has been tapped to handle sales and marketing and completion is expected in 2017. According to the Real Deal , the developer is eyeing a sellout between $118.9 million and $148.9 million, including the ground-floor commercial unit. The project has a bit of competition on its block with SCDA Architects' Soori High Line moving apace with construction and and 515 High Line rising nearby.
The site lies directly north of Avalon's AVA High Line

Additional Info About the Building