On Tuesday, the rentals at Bjarke Ingels's West Side tetrahedron officially hit the market from $3,000. To celebrate, developer Durst Organization opened the doors for a tour of the building's amenities and model apartments. A representative for the Durst Organization says interest in touring the building from potential tenants has been "extensive" leading up to its availability, and it's easy to see why: the development has all the cachet of other star architect buildings like Frank Gehry's New York by Gehry plus the allure of its on-the-cusp west side location (yup, believe it), bountiful outdoor space, and over-the-top amenities.
Bjarke Ingels Group has partnered with ABC Carpet and Home and has also brought in McCartan and IMG to design the building's several model units, which range from a $2,900 studio with a walk-in closet to a $7,400 two-bedroom with a terrace that looks onto the buildings 22,000-square-foot interior courtyard. That is hardly the least expensive of the building's 709 rentals: Durst finally revealed average pricing for the units last week, where a four-bedroom will go for $16,500 per month.
Plenty of work is still going on behind the scenes, but the apartments are on track for move-ins next week. Curious about the building and its 178 unique floorplans? Get a sneak peek here.
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