HFZ has launched sales at The XI, its full-block, mixed-use development between the High Line and the Hudson River in West Chelsea designed by Bjarke Ingels.
The $1.9 billion development will be home to the first US destination by Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas, luxury homes, multiple restaurants, retail, an art space and a newly created public promenade adjacent to The High Line that HFZ is developing in collaboration with Friends of The High Line.
Of the 87 residences in the East Tower (No. X), designed by Parisian husband and wife team Gilles & Boissier, six will be listed – priced from $2.95 million for an 888 s/f one-bedroom, 1.5-bath residences to $12 million for a 3,373 s/f four-bedroom,3.5 bath residence. These homes begin on the 11th
floor at 100 ft high and sit above Six Senses New York.
Of the 149 residences in the West Tower (No. I), designed by Gabellini Sheppard Associates, eight will be listed – priced from $2.85 million for a 959 s/f one-bedroom, 1.5-bath home to $28 million for a 5,663 square-foot 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath half-floor Penthouse with 239 s/f of outdoor space on the 32nd floor. This is the first in a collection of Penthouses
Bjarke Ingels’ design features two asymmetrical 26- and 36-story towers featuring heights of approximately 300 and 400 ft – the tallest buildings in West Chelsea.
With a skewing of traditional skyscraper geometry the new landmark will anchor Manhattan’s new West Side and add a true twist to the new “Architecture Row” emerging along the Hudson River.
The so-called Architecture Row now boasts buildings designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects including the Renzo Piano-designed Whitney Museum of American Art, Jean Nouvel’s The Chelsea Nouvel and Frank Gehry’s IAC Building in addition to forthcoming buildings by Norman Foster, Thomas Heatherwick and Jeanne Gang.