Standing 11 stories tall and exhibiting a handsome façade of rounded glass and intersecting dark steel bands, 520W28 is Zaha Hadid's first contribution to the New York skyline. The condominium building houses 39 private residences, listed from $4.95 million to $50 million and features open, expansive floor plans with a palette of gentle hues and sprawling floor-to-ceiling windows that frame picturesque views of the High Line and High Line Park.
The handcrafted façade makes the building stand out in the neighbourhood as an architectural wonder. The baths feature electrochromic glass among many other luxurious conveniences. The kitchen has a complete collection of Gaggenau kitchen appliances and a custom layout to pay homage to the everyday slices of life. Amenities include a private lap pool, an IMAX theatre, gym, valet parking, and doorman and concierge services to name a few.
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A swirl of glass with a center vortex of intersecting dark steel bands, this 11-story residential condominium building at 520 West 28th Street between the High Line and 11thAvenue is the first New York City building designed by Zaha Hadid, the first woman winner of the prestigious Pritzker Prize and the world’s most famous female architect. She died in 2016 at the age of 65.
The striking and curvaceous building has 39 apartments and adjoins the High Line Elevated Park.
It was developed by The Related Companies.
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