After more than a year of hype and sneak peeks at their luxe private pools, the first Soori High Line condos are officially on the market. Three of the building's 27 units are currently listed, and two of them have heated poolsan Asian-inspired feature created by architect Soo Chan of SCDA Architects. The least expensive is a pool-less, 1,308-square-foot 2BR/2BA with a private terrace asking $3.7 million, while the current priciest home is a 3,572-square-foot duplex with a 24-foot-long pool and two terraces that's listed for $10.995 million. The listings also provide the first floorplans for the building, showing exactly how those private pools work with the rest of the space.
↑ The floorplan for unit 4D, a 1,308-square-foot 2BR/2BA with a private terrace (but no pool). It's asking $3.7 million.
↑ The floorplan for 3D, a 3BR/3.5BA with a terrace and pool. It's listed for $6.995 million.
↑ The floorplan for 5D, a 3,572-square-foot duplex with a 24-foot-long pool and two terraces. It's listed for $10.995 million.
· Listings: Soori High Line, 522 West 29th Street [Elliman]
· All Soori High Line coverage [Curbed]