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Dutch design firm Concrete unveils first NYC condo

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Studios at the development will start at $820,000

Renderings: Courtesy of VUW

A 12-story condo tower rising in Hell’s Kitchen, designed by Dutch architecture firm Concrete, has unveiled its first renderings.

The structure on West 47th Street, developed by CB Developers, SK Development, and Ironstate Development, recently topped out. Dubbed “The West,” the building will have 219 apartments ranging from studios to three-bedrooms, with the cheapest (and smallest) units starting at $820,000.

Concrete spearheaded both the exterior and interior design, and the facade of the building alludes to the neighborhood’s industrial past; there are large windows, and the lower portion of the structure is made out of Dutch brick. The top five stories are covered in a glass facade.

Close-up of the building’s facade.

As far as the amenities, the condo will have a rooftop pool deck, a gym, a dog run, a children’s playroom, and a communal kitchen named Hell’s Kitchen. It will also have two guest suites available for residents to reserve for their overnight visitors, the developers say.

Concrete also designed the Urby rentals in Staten Island and the CitizenM Hotel on the Lower East Side, but this is the firm’s first condo in New York City.

Sales for the building will launch in the spring, and residents are expected to move in next year.