The 15-unit, 10-story concrete building has five units in contract since launching in July. Pricing on available units ranges from $4.15 million to $10.5 million, although we suspect that second number could change once the rest of the penthouses roll out.
Every residence has private elevator access, 10-foot ceilings, solid rift and quartered white oak floors, kitchens swaddled in Calacatta Gold and custom walnut cabinetry, in-unit washer/dryer and rows of multi-paned windows for maximum natural light. Master bedroom suites come with spa baths and private dressing rooms, while secondary bathrooms have en suite bathrooms. More than half of the apartments feature private outdoor space, according to the official site.
The Hemingway-muscular building, inspired by the design of West Chelsea’s industrial-era warehouses, has an exterior clock facing the High Line, because it’s generous like that.
The three apartments that went into contract this week were all three-bedrooms: 2,221-square-foot Unit 5S for $4.75 million, 2,335-square-foot Unit 5N for $4.95 million and 2,335-square-foot Unit 6N for $5.425 million. Floorplans below (Units 5N and 6N share the same layout):
Amenities include an attended lobby, full-time building superintendent, gym, intercom and video security system, laundry room with commercial-grade machines, private storage room for each residence, bicycle room and common courtyard with grill.