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High Line-Hugging Condos at 505 W. 19th Now Up For Grabs

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A lot of details and quite a few renderings have already been revealed for Thomas Juul Hansen's first ever ground-up luxury residential project, and now the condos in highly anticipated development at 505 West 19th Street are officially on the market. The project consists of a pair of 10-story buildings that hug the High Line with a shared lobby located beneath the elevated park. The west building holds just eight units—six full-floor homes, one duplex townhouse, and one duplex penthouse—while the east building has 27 units, with four on most floors, and the top two floors each have a penthouse. Currently, the website shows just five listings, all of which we already knew the pricing for. The least expensive is a 1,071-square-foot 1BR/1.5BA asking $2.24 million, while the most expensive is the fifth floor unit in the west building, a nearly 3,000-square-foot 3BR/3.5BA listed for $7.4 million.

The building directly abuts the High Line, so Juul-Hansen designed the windows in such a way that they are angled into the building so visitors on the park can not look directly inside. The recesses around the windows are lined with wood, and the facade consists of brick and stone. The townhouse unit in the west building will have a private pool, and several units will have private outdoor space. Shared amenities include a fitness center and bike storage, and street level parking is available at an additional charge.
· 505 West 19th Street [official]
· All 505 West 19th Street coverage [Curbed]