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Bjarke Ingels’s twisting High Line condo launches sales

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The development has launched sales on 14 of its condos, with prices ranging from $2.85 million to $28 million

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The pair of twisty Bjarke Ingels-designed buildings rising next to the High Line has launched sales for a few of its 236 condos. The HFZ Capital Group-developed project, named the XI—previous stylized as the Eleventh—consists of an East Tower (known as No. X) that offers 87 residences and a West Tower (named No. I) that includes 149 apartments.

At the 26-story East Tower, the apartments range in size from a one-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom that spans 888 square feet to a 3,373-square-foot apartment with four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The apartments start on the 11th floor of the building and feature designs by Gilles & Boissier. There are six apartments listed with prices starting at $2.95 million and going as high as $12 million. Among the flourishes here chevron oak floors, kitchens with custom Italian cabinetry and marble countertops; and “glamorous” master bathrooms with marble flooring and Saint Laurent stone borders. This building will also be home to a Six Senses spa and club, along with an art space.

Eight apartments at the 36-story West Tower, a.k.a No. I, have hit the market with prices between $2.85 million for a 959 square foot one-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom to a whopping $28 million for a 5,663-square-foot half-floor penthouse that has five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms and 239 square feet of outdoor space. The residences within this building were helmed by Gabellini Sheppard Associates and feature wide plank floors, custom wood entry doors, custom kitchens with raised breakfast bars, and high-end bathrooms with freestanding tubs.

The structures will be connected by a glass skybridge on one of the lower levels. Additionally, there will be a central courtyard and porte cochère designed by Enzo Enea, while the Bjarke Ingels Group is planning for a pavilion with restaurants,retail, and a park designed by James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.

Construction is expected to wrap up in late 2019.