The three-building High Line-hugging rental development at 507 West 28th Street has now unveiled its model apartments as the first group of residents start moving into the building.
Developed by Lalezarian Properties, the project comprises of a 35-story tower fronting on Tenth Avenue, and two 13-story towers fronting on West 28th and 29th Streets respectively. Together the buildings have a total of 379 apartments, 75 of which are affordable units.
About 95 percent of the market-rate units at the project have already been leased, and of the ones currently on the market, prices range from $2,638 per month for a studio and go up to $8,292 per month for a two-bedroom apartment, according to StreetEasy.
The model homes at the development were stage by The Design High, and some of the common features you might find at 507 West Chelsea’s (as this project is known) rentals include kitchens with stainless steel backsplashes and Caesarstone quartz countertops; and bathrooms with Kohler fittings and accessories, and white porcelain walls.
Amenities residents can look forward to include a sunlit, heated indoor pool, a fitness center, a recreation room with a full catering kitchen, a children’s playroom, and landscaped roof decks.
Designed by Avinash K. Malhotra Architects, the project was shrouded in mystery for several years before the construction site finally emerged above ground in 2015. It’s been pretty smooth sailing since, with the building’s affordable apartments launching the following year in August, and the market-rate rentals launching in December last year.
Work on the amenity spaces at the buildings is still ongoing, but the overall project is expected to fully wrap up by the end of the summer. MNS is handling the leasing and marketing on the project.