Limestone-loving starchitect Robert A.M. Stern's latest project312 rental apartments right along the High Line between 29th and 30th streetslaunched in April, and it's already more than 60 percent leased. What sets Abington House, developed by Related, apart from the
many bajillion residential buildings on the rise around the High Line is 1) it's not condos, so attracts a different kind of resident and 2) the 30,000 square feet of amenity spaces, from a lounge and "sanctuary room" to an Equinox-designed gym to multiple communal entertaining and meeting spaces to several outdoor terraces. Right now, according to StreetEasy, studios are available from $3,675, one-bedrooms from $4,350, and two-bedrooms from $7,495.
Its location is at the crux of many new developments: most prominently, the first Hudson Yards tower is rising right across the street. Also, the High Line currently ends at 30th Street, but not for longthe final section, which will wind west to 12th Avenue and then north to 34th Street before curving back east, opens in the fall.
· Abington House [official]
· Curbed Inside archive [Curbed]
· Mapping the Many Developments Rising Around the High Line [Curbed]
· All High Line coverage [Curbed]