New renderings and pricing details for HFZ Capital’s High Line buildings, designed by architect Thomas Juul-Hansen, have surfaced.
The two condominium buildings at 505 West 19th Street, which are to straddle the west and east sides of the High Line and house a total of 35 residences, will share a lobby beneath the elevated walkway. A teaser site for the property is now live, and a floor plan for one unit and a couple of new renderings are now available, Curbed reported.
As for prices, currently a 1,071-square-foot one-bedroom is on offer for $2.24 million, a 1,468-square-foot two-bedroom is up for grabs at $3.14 million, a 1,607-square-foot two bedroom is asking $3.94 million, a 2,144-square-foot two-bedroom has a $4.99 million ask and a three-bedroom unit, spanning 2,993-square-feet, is asking $7.4 million, Curbed said.
The development will also house three large penthouses, with a duplex in the west wing and two full-floor east-wing apartments ranging from 4,550 to 5,728 square feet. Exterior spaces for these units will be between 795 and 1,100 square feet, a tipster told Curbed. Townhouses will also be located in the building’s base, with one in the West Wing including a private terrace with a private pool.
Curbed did not have pricing for the penthouses. [Curbed] — Julie Strickland