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The High Lining of New York

Here comes the neighborhood.

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Until now, far West Chelsea has been known primarily for art galleries, auto shops, and vintage warehouses reclaimed as upscale office space. Soon, though, the neighborhood will feature an entirely different skyline: one studded with developments from name-brand architects, offering hot new addresses, Hudson River views, and, of course, stone’s-throw (or, in some cases, walk-out-your-front-door) access to the High Line. Here, a look at a few of the more notable neighbors.


520 W. 27th St. Architect: Flank. A commercial building for small-business tenants.

200 Eleventh Ave. Architect: Annabelle Selldorf. Will feature “en suite” parking, pending approval.

100 Eleventh Ave. Architect: Jean Nouvel. With a ground-floor restaurant, possibly by Danny Meyer.

245 Tenth Architects: Della Valle Bernheimer. Features include High Line Terrace and Lounge.

520 West Chelsea Architect: Selldorf. With a nearby elevator and stairway access to the park.

459 W. 18th St. Architects: Della Valle Bernheimer. Full-floor residences behind “white fitted glass.”

The Caledonia 33 W. 19th St.
Architects: Handel. Public-private direct access to High Line.

The Standard Hotel 848 Washington St.
An eighteen-story hotel from André Balazs, directly over the High Line.

Diane von Furstenberg 440 W. 14th St.
Architect: WORKac. DVF is relocating from
current space on West 12th Street.


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