Council Speaker Corey Johnson called the idea a "breach of public trust."
A new set of renderings are also giving us the first look at many of the posh amenities in the West Chelsea project.
The triplex is combination of the two-story penthouse and the full-floor condo below that.
The 11-story condo, which will have a curvy glass fin facade, has also unveiled a teaser site.
The building will eventually stand 10 stories tall and bring new office space to the Meatpacking District.
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.
Get a look inside the building—and not just a voyeur’s view from the High Line.
Most of the development’s 240 condos will be located in the west tower, and some will be located above the hotel in the east tower.
Work on Solar Carve is moving full speed ahead after no less than five years in the making. A brokerage firm has been tapped for the unusual building’s spec office space, with new renderings following.
The popular elevated park will get a new section dedicated entirely to showcasing commissioned artwork to the public.
This Avinash K. Malhotra Architects-designed building has been in the works in one form or another for the past seven years and remained largely shrouded in mystery until construction got underway early last year.
Some of the standout features in the apartment include a wood-burning fireplace, a double height living room, a stone patio in the backyard, and apparently a laundry that’s large enough to be converted into a sleeping area.
The offering plan reveals mostly one, two and three-bedroom units with a few studios as well—the smallest unit is sized at 846 square feet, and the largest is an over 7,000 square foot penthouse with a wraparound terrace and a swimming pool.
Several of the apartments in this 11-story building are already in contract, and of those listed on the market, prices range from $3.5 million for a two-bedroom and go up to $15.1 million for a three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit.
The High Line's "Halo Effect" has caused resale prices for apartments near the High Line to jump more than 100 percent than property just a few blocks away.
The auto shop, best known for artist Eduardo Kobra’s iconic mural of a sailor kissing a nurse, is going to be replaced by a new building with retail and residential space.
Of the currently available units, which will go live on the development’s website later today, prices range from $1.97 million for a 762-square foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, and go up to $7.55 million for a four-bedroom.
The four-bedroom duplex of Thomas Juul-Hansen's sleek and stark High Line condos is now furnished, and there are new shots of the 4,600-square-foot spread to prove it.
700 colored glass panes will come down
The penthouse at the High Line-hugging HL23 at 515 West 23rd Street was recently listed at an ambitious asking price of $23 million. Today, that price has reduced to a humbler $15.995 million (though that's still not exactly a low price).
This three-building project comprises of a 35-story building, which is also the tallest residential building on the High Line, and two, smaller 12-story apartment buildings — leasing will first get underway for those buildings in August.
After exploring 10 of the most important homes in American history, PBS's series 10 That Changed America continues with a survey of the 10 parks that changed America—and unsurprisingly, two New York City parks made the cut.
The visionary architect's sole project in New York is also one of the few residential projects she undertook in her career. Developed by related companies the 40 condos in this building range in price from just under $5 million to $25 million.