It was only a few months ago that the first renderings for 76 Eleventh Avenue, a new development by HFZ Capital with a design by Bjarke Ingels, became available, but it looks like the project is already getting changes. New renderings first posted by YIMBY reveal more of Ingels's twisty design, and show how they'll look in context both with the High Line and the West Side Highway, both of which the development will border.
According to YIMBY, which also received EB-5 materials for the building, the development will be split between 260 (!) condos, a hotel, 85,000 square feet of retail, and parking spaces. The towers themselves will be 28 and 36 floors, and both will reach a height of 402 feet. The EB-5 plans differ from what we last reported on the development, which was that it would have additional office space rather than a hotel. But, as YIMBY notes, EB-5 filings are known to have mistakes—so there's a chance these plans may change once again before they're finalized.
· New Renderings For Bjarke Ingels-Designed 76 Eleventh Avenue, HFZ's Meatpacking Skyscrapers [YIMBY]
· Bjarke Ingels's High Line Project Will Have Offices, Not a Hotel [Curbed]
· Is This What Bjarke Ingels's High Line Project Will Look Like? [Curbed]
· All 76 Eleventh Avenue [Curbed]