Since we last checked in with late architect Zaha Hadid’s first residential project in New York City, the curvy condo building adjacent to the High Line has been fitted with a lot more of its facade, photos by NYConstructionPhoto have revealed. The renowned architect’s firm is also working on another project close by, and now the developers on that project, the Moinian Group, have officially filed plans for the building at 220 Eleventh Avenue, YIMBY reports.
The condo overlooking the High Line stands 11 stories tall and has a total of 40 apartments. Condos here range in price from $4.895 million and go up to $50 million, for one of the penthouses at the building, according to listings available on StreetEasy. About a third of the condos have gone into contract, and residents are expected to move in sometime early next year.
There’s a very similar scale for the project located just south of this one. It’s 40 apartments spread out over 11 stories. The residential section spans 158,000 square feet, which is a rather large average apartment size of over 3,000 square feet. Plans here also call for a museum on the cellar and first floor, and a restaurant for part of the first and second floors. The building’s second floor will also house amenities like a steam room, lounge, and a swimming pool. Zaha Hadid’s firm is partnering with SLCE Architects on this project, and construction is expected to get underway sometime early next year.
- Moinian Group Files Plans For A Zaha Hadid Condo At 220 11th Avenue [YIMBY]
- One of Zaha Hadid's Final Buildings Will Rise in West Chelsea [Curbed]
- Checking In on 520 West 28th, Zaha Hadid’s Only NYC Project [Curbed]