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Roman & Williams's Awaited High Line Condo Launches Sales

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[All photos via BBH]

Name/Address: The Fitzroy, 514 West 24th Street
Developer: JDS Development Group and Largo Investments
Architect: Roman and Williams
Size: 14 apartments, two-five bedrooms
Price: $5.2 million to $15.875 million
Sales and Marketing: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing

The Fitzroy, the High Line-hugging condo from Roman and Williams, exudes a sort of old Hollywood charm, from its regal name to its old-fashioned terra-cotta exterior. But its inspiration is much older: The building is named after a British military man, Charles Fitzroy, who lived in the Greenwich Village area in the 18th century. He subsequently had a highway named for him, which ran between present-day West 14th Street and West 40th Street along Eighth Avenue. Sales officially launched this week, with apartments starting at $5.2 million for a two-bedroom and going up to $15.875 million for a four-bedroom. Some of the amenities in the building include a fitness room with a yoga and pilates section, and a dry sauna, a wine cellar in each home, a landscaped rooftop lounge with a kitchen and a children's art studio.

· The Fitzroy [Official]
· BBH Listing [BBH]
· Peek Inside Roman & Williams's Stunning High Line Condos [Curbed]