Articles on The High Line

Pricey New Boutique Development on the West Side

The newest soon to be completed addition of luxury developments at the High Line have just revealed their prices for the units. The gas station-replacing condominium tower - dubbed The Getty– will start at $15 million for each of the six full-floor residences, roughly $4,500 a foot for the 3,300 square foot home.

Glass Sky-Bridge Connecting Towers Coming to the Highline

                                                                          

A new tower will be joining the slew of uniquely designed buildings that line the southern end of the famous highline park. The Development team led by HFZ, who have 800,000 sqft of air rights and plans with starchitect Bjarke Ingels, will be bringing new luxury condos to Chelsea.

Real Estate Rewind: A Year-End Review of the NYC Market

Over the past year, New Construction Manhattan has reported on the top stories in New York City real estate. From new construction plans to top listings, and the state of the real estate market, the stories of the year touch on a number of layers that make up NYC real estate. With 2015 coming to a close, it’s an obvious choice to start from the beginning — the very beginning — in this year-end review.

10 Sullivan: New Constructions, Classic Elements, and Cary Tamarkin

10 Sullivan Street New Construction Manhattan Soho

Cary Tamarkin’s buildings have been well-regarded for their understated design and contextual awareness, and the rising new construction at 10 Sullivan Street (pictured) is no exception. Noted for his superb use of robust materials and black ribbon casement windows, Mr. Tamarkin applied these same principles to 10 Sullivan, which despite its unusual footprint blends perfectly with Lower Manhattan’s loft conversions.

Manhattan's West Side: An Ever Evolving Landscape

Chelsea Galleries HL23 High Line New Constructions Manhattan

Whereas the Upper East Side has long been regarded for its luxury and polish, and the Lower East Side and East Village for their grit and countercultures, Manhattan’s West Side has been charting its popularity for quite some time, and developers are setting off projects to alleviate that demand, especially around Chelsea and Lincoln Square.

SuperPier's Preview Set for Future Renovation in Chelsea

YoungWoo & Associates have been planning a revitalization and reimagining of Pier 57 into SuperPier, a cultural hub with retail space, characterized by conex box modularity.  The project, which comes with the tagline in hendiatris, “Culture, Cargo, Chaos,” is planned as a full cultural hub, making room for retail and restaurants, as well as event space, including its public, rooftop park, which will can hold an audience of around 3,000.

SuperPier: Up, Up and Away!

SuperPier NYC

When Pier 57 was constructed along the Hudson in 1952, it was hailed as an engineering feat. Rather than using standard piles, Pier 57 was Manhattan’s first pier built to float on concrete boxes. Over the years, the Pier’s “super” popularity waned, but one developer intends to bring Pier 57 back into the spotlight.

Top Five Restaurants for Outdoor Dining in Chelsea

Outdoor Dining in Chelsea

Do you want to take advantage of the warm weather in Chelsea? Save Chelsea Market for a rainy day, and try out one of these restaurants for outdoor dining in Chelsea.

Breaking Chelsea Real Estate Records

It’s been said many times that “Chelsea Has It All.” It’s a neighborhood bustling with sites such as the High Line; art galleries are spread throughout the neighborhood, and the variety of architecture one would witness while strolling the tree lined streets seems endless. Chelsea is home to several exciting and awe-inspiring sights, and is now the home to a record-breaking townhouse.

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.