A tipster has sent along two new renderings and a floorplan for Thomas Juul-Hansen's pair of buildings that will sandwich the High Line. 505 West 19th Street shall be laid out thusly: one building sits on the park's west side, the other on the east side, and the shared lobby is directly underneath the elevated concourse. Before now, we'd only seen one render, of a penthouse, and the image above appears to be of the same unit. Below, a look at the High Line-shadowed connecting lobby. There's also a floorplan for one unit (#5W), a three-bedroom, 3.5-bath almost-full-floor specimen that totals just shy of 3,000 square feet. Of note: it's the first ground-up residential building in which Danish designer Juul-Hansen (known for his work on One57, etc.) is responsible for both the exterior and interior. A bare-bones teaser site is live, with an enigmatic photo showing raw materials, woods and metals, used in the building as well as scrollable panoramic views from the 8th floor. Next up: a sales launch, which was originally set for last fall, but that's all right because a tipster sent along some pricing info already.
An anonymous tipster sent us an initial look at some of the unit asks:
1) 4D, 1BR/1.5BA, 1,071 sq ft, $2,240,000
2) 4B, 2BR/2.5BA, 1,468 sq ft, $3,140,000
3) 5C, 2BR/2.5BA, 1,697 sq ft, $3,940,000
3) 5A, 2BR/3BA, 2,144 sq ft, $4,990,000
4) 5W (floorplan above), 3BR/3.5BA, 2,993 sq ft, $7,400,000
Some more information: The development as a whole will have three large penthouses, with a duplex in the west sing and two full-floor apartments in the east wing and sizes that range from 4,550 to 5,728 square feet. Exterior space will range from 795 to 1,100 square feet. Writes a tipster: "There will also be townhouses at the base of the building. In the West Wing, one townhouse will feature a 2,076-square-foot private terrace with a private pool. This four-bedroom townhouse will have 4,241 square feet of interior space."
The pricing, by the way, comes to about $2,300-$2,500/per square foot, which is about what we were expecting. The project is developed by Ziel Feldman's HFZ Capital Group. The architect of record is Goldstein, Hill & West.
· 505W19 [official]
· An Early Peek Inside Thomas Juul-Hansen's High Line Condos [Curbed]
· High Line Gets New Pair of Buildings by Thomas Juul-Hansen [Curbed]
· All 505 West 19th Street coverage [Curbed]