520 West 28th520 West 28th Street
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520 West 28th will introduce an iconic new landmark to New York City. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid and developed by Related, one of the nation’s preeminent developers of luxury residential properties, this boutique condominium building will offer 39 exclusive two- to five-bedroom residences by the renowned Iraqi-British architect and artist. Hadid, whose globally significant body of work is defined by organic forms and graceful curves inspired by nature, will bring this unique sensibility to 520 West 28th – her first contribution to the Manhattan skyline.
Located directly on the High Line in the heart of West Chelsea, New York City’s premier arts and cultural district, this exceptional offering will set a new standard for residential architecture, with striking curves, highly curated amenities, and a distinctive chevron façade that embraces the property’s interlaced levels. At 520 West 28th, Hadid has created a seamless and optimistic vision of the future, manifest by remarkably custom interior details, thoughtful integration of indoor and outdoor space, and technological innovation.
For more information, please visit www.520w28.com.
Exclusive Marketing & Sales Agents: Related Sales & Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the Sponsor. File No. CD14-0111. Sponsor: 28th Highline Associates, L.L.C., c/o The Related Companies, L.P., 60 Columbus Circle, New York, New York 10023.
- New development
- Built in 2016
- 11 floors
- 39 units
- Common garden
- Exercise room
- Package room
- Private storage
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Living in Chelsea
Historically, Chelsea has served up grit and glamour in equal measures. In this dynamic neighborhood, new luxury high-rises, a booming nightlife and sophisticated art galleries give way to modest townhouses and quiet residential streets. Chelsea’s former warehouses are now sleek galleries and its abandoned railway has made way for the High Line park, one of Manhattan’s newest and most visited attractions. Residents include a blend of old-timers, young artists and an international crowd. Michelin-starred restaurants sit next door to trendy taco stands, and traditional walk-ups are neighbors with glitzy high-rises. It’s all part of Chelsea's dynamic evolution.