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Soo Chan’s opulent High Line condo launches sales from $4.3M

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The 11-story condo features just 15 apartments, five of which are penthouses

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The High Line-adjacent condo that will perhaps best be known for its facade made up of curvy glass fins has now launched sales from $4.3 million. The Soo K. Chan-designed condo features just 15 apartments, 12 of which are two-bedrooms, and the rest are three-bedrooms; of the total units, five are penthouses.

At present, only three listings have appeared online—all two-bedroom, three-bathroom units—asking between $5.25 million to $5.75 million. The priciest apartment here will command $8.5 million. Sales and marketing are being handled by CORE.

Apartments at the 11-story condo, which is located at 515 West 29th Street, will be fitted with light oak floors, Molteni millwork, mobile-controlled Lutron Homeworks, and kitchens equipped with a Gaggenau appliance package. Each of the apartments here will also have direct keyed elevator access.

Model apartment photos courtesy CORE.

The building’s amenities include a roof deck with a kitchen, a 24-hour attended lobby, a gym, and extra storage. The condo, which is now being stylized as Five One Five, is being developed by Forum Absolute Capital Partners. Several new renderings were unveiled for the condo building last month, and the project is on track to wrap construction this summer.