Four years after 520 West 28th Street launched sales, its apartments struggle to find buyers
The penthouse originally listed in 2016 for the same price
The 3,000 square foot condo was designed by Eric Cohler, and is the third model apartment at the building.
The celebrity couple is reportedly living in a luxurious $16 million apartment at the 11-story condo.
A new set of photos show off some of the futuristic building’s amenity spaces.
They include a private IMAX screen, and a sky lit swimming pool.
Closings on the ultra-luxe, High Line-hugging condo began last month, and now, it’s reached the inevitable next step: apartments hitting the rental market.
Two condos in the building have closed for slightly over their asking prices.
As Zaha Hadid’s futuristic West Chelsea condo wraps up construction, it’s a good time to check in on the status of the late starchitect’s New York projects in progress.
Get a look inside the building—and not just a voyeur’s view from the High Line.
Nearly two dozen apartments at the development are already in contract, according to StreetEasy, and the new model homes are likely to spur more sales at the condo before the opening.
The developer is hoping to entice gallery owners back to the neighborhood with "the High Line Nine," a new space for art, along with galleries in Hadid’s pricey West 28th Street condo.
Construction is moving right along on the late Zaha Hadid’s curvy condo at 520 West 28th Street. It’s only been a few weeks since we last checked in with the project, and in that time, more of its glass and metal facade has been put in place.
The late architect’s firm is now working on two condo projects located just blocks apart in Chelsea. The first one at 520 West 28th Street has been fitted with much of its facade. Plans have officially been filed for the second at 220 Eleventh Avenue
The visionary architect designed the mixed-use building before her untimely death
The $50 million penthouse of Zaha Hadid's High Line condo and two remaining penthouses at Herzog & de Meuron's 56 Leonard Street came to market. In total, the three penthouses are asking over $100 million.
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.