Developer Adellco has finally revealed its plans for the West 14th Street site it purchased for $27.65 million in April 2014. It should come as no surprise that the site between Seventh and Eighth avenues will give rise to condos, but what is surprising is that the developer has tapped notable French architect and interior designer Jacques Garcia, whose work includes the Nomad Hotel and the Decorative Arts Galleries at The Louvre, to design the building's interiors. The project will be Garcia's first multifamily residential building in the city. Goldstein Hill & West is designing the 11-story building, which will go by the name The d'Orsay.
The d'Orsay will have 21 one- to four-bedroom residences starting from $1.675 million, as per the building's newly-launched teaser site. Building amenities will include a drawing room, gym, spa with a plunge pool, rooftop garden, full-time concierge, as well as bicycle storage and private storage rooms available for purchase. Although only one official render for the project is out there to-date (↑), a fencepost rendering of the building surfaced in September. It hints that some of the building's condos will also come with private outdoor space.
Sales will launch in January 2016 with Mary Ellen Cashman of Stribling Marketing Associates. Closings are anticipated at the end of 2016. Construction at the site is ongoing.
· The d'Orsay [official]
· New Condos Are Coming to West 14th Street [Curbed]
· All 209 West 14th Street coverage [Curbed]