Articles on Apartments Near The High Line

Fall’s New Luxury Lineup Continued

Rendering of a living room at 515 Highline, a new construction condo in Manhattan.

Rendering of a living room in 515 Highline, a new development in Manhattan.

NYC's run of luxury new constructions is still on a streak. Check out these five brilliant new developments that will hit the market this season!

More of Fall’s New Luxe Lineup


Last week, we brought you a starter list of some of the 45 plus new luxury residential projects slated to hit the market this fall. This week, we’ve rounded up a few more detailed sneak peeks into our top picks for posh projects.

Raising the Roofs on Luxury New Construction

Zaha Hadid starchitect luxury apartment rendering at 520 West 28th Street near the High Line

Last Wednesday, cement workers at around 30 major construction sites in New York City went on strike due to a labor disagreement. Although some construction has halted, progress continues on some of Manhattan’s most exciting luxury new construction projects that we know like the back of our hand, and others that thrill like tearing a seal on a letter from the mail.

6 Latest Condominium Updates Worth Noting

Rendering of Hudson Yards from New Jersey at dusk

The anticipated Hudson Yards is one of the newest ongoing projects in NYC.

More and more high-rise buildings continue to soar in Manhattan, one of the most cosmopolitan centers of the world. In a rapidly changing city, it’s sometimes tough to keep up. Let’s slow down and take a look at a few upcoming buildings worth noting.

Chelsea’s Newest Addition: The Soori High Line at 522 West 29th Street

The Soori High Line in Chelsea

Heads up, apartment hunters—a striking new building is on its way to Chelsea, and this Manhattan luxury development looks like one to keep an eye out for. Developed by Blackhouse and Oriel, this impressive structure will be located at 522 West 29th Street and will contain 27 luxury condominiums. The 11-story building is being designed by SCDA Architects and has been named the Soori High Line.

Chelsea Has It All

The High Line in Chelsea NYC

Whatever it is you’re looking for, it’s probably in Chelsea. The well-rounded Manhattan neighborhood is home to some of the city’s best art galleries, nightlife, shopping, dining, recreation, schools and, of course, luxury real estate. Chelsea has everything from classic pre-war buildings reimagined as luxury condos, to cutting-edge, LEED-certified condominiums.

West Chelsea Welcomes the Arrival of Avenues School

Avenues School in West ChelseaManhattan is home to some of the best private and charter schools in the United States. The quality of some of the city’s learning institutions is one of the things that makes New York City so desirable for residents seeking luxury condos for sale. City residents routinely site the quality of nearby schools when explaining why they made the decision to live in the Manhattan neighborhood they moved to. With such a reputation for educational prestige, its no wonder that educators and developers would want to build newer and even better flagship schools in the city. And with that information in tow, we present to you Avenues School, a K-12 institution in West Chelsea that promises to deliver an education experience completely unique to our world.

Dancing To A New (Construction) Beat In West Chelsea

Construction in West Chelsea Even in a city that doesn't sleep, West 27th Street in Chelsea has long had a reputation for staying up late. That rep came courtesy of a bunch of clubs that, for a decade, set the pace for late-night revelry in a neighborhood that was, for years, Manhattan's club capital. Of course, no party lasts forever, and with those clubs closed -- and with Manhattan's club scene now doing its things behind the velvet ropes of the Lower East Side -- West Chelsea's former club capital has become something more upscale, a lot less messy and generally much more... residential. In the Wall Street Journal, Laura Kusisto notes that the stretch of West 27th Street between 10th and 11th Avenue, formerly the site of several notably noisy nightspots, has recently been home to a different kind of boom -- this time, as the home to some new luxury condominium development. With promising new Chelsea condominiums as 200 Eleventh Avenue, 245 Tenth and 133 West 22nd leading the way -- and with the newly opened second leg of The High Line giving the neighborhood some high-gloss glamour (and some high-end green space) -- it looks like the party may not be over in West Chelsea just yet.

High Five: High Line Phase Two Will Extend to 30th Street -- Will Real Estate Boom Follow?

NYC condos for sale near High LineIf you follow Manhattan real estate, you are familiar with The High Line. And if you don't follow Manhattan real estate, and are in town for a convention or to see the sights or check out Anything Goes on Broadway or whatever... well, welcome to the New Construction Manhattan blog, and we'll presume you're also familiar with The High Line. After just a few short years on the West Side, the winding, lushly landscaped park that runs on the former freight train tracks above 10th Avenue has become both one of Manhattan's must-visit venues and one of the greatest success stories in Manhattan real estate. While Chelsea condo listings were, truth be told, doing pretty all right before the High Line went from random-old-elevated-train-tracks to hugely popular public park, the arrival of the park gave a huge boost to apartment listings near the High Line, and helped occasion the development of such blockbuster, star-architect-designed high-end condominium listings as HL23, +Art, 456 West 19th Street and Nouvel and Chelsea Modern. And with the opening of the High Line's second stage -- which will run from 20th Street all the way up to 30th Street -- on June 8, the High Line looks likely to work its real estate magic again, this time for North Chelsea and the emerging and highly promising Hudson Yards neighborhood bearing the goofy-ish nickname The Linc.