Related Companies recently combined two top floor units that were originally being sold separately at West Chelsea's 520 West 28th. In total the condo spans over 11,000 square feet across three floors.
At 520 West 28th, the condo designed by Zaha Hadid, there is a private IMAX theater — the first in a residential setting in New York. The 10-by-18-foot screen is flanked by a surround-sound system built into custom millwork. The 12 fully reclining seats are on platforms that can retract into the wall to create a more open, social space.
The condos for sale in Chelsea at the Zaha Hadid-designed 520 West 28th have inspired some similarly artistic initiatives in the neighborhood. Next door to the residential building is High Line Nine, a collection of Related Companies-developed gallery spaces designed by studioMDA, which range from 650 to 1,800 square feet and are currently occupied by Leila Heller Gallery, Hollis Taggart, Kasmin, Burning In Water, Polich Tallix, Valli Art Gallery, and ZieherSmith, in addition to il Piccolo Ristoro, a café/wine bar. Soon, five additional galleries from the same developer and designer will join them.
The New York City luxury real estate market is hotter than ever, with sales of luxury homes soaring and the amount of time between a residence hitting the market and selling decreasing by a month. Among the biggest selling points for new luxury homes is a celebrity architect attached to the project, like the Zaha Hadid-designed Chelsea condos for sale at 520 West 28th Street. Fortunately, the futuristic building’s surroundings are just as awe-inspiring, with the High Line at its feet and the Whitney Museum just a short walk away.
Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler, are the latest high-profile New Yorkers to take up residence at the West Chelsea luxury apartments at 520 West 28th, designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid. Sting and Styler are currently renting a large terraced home on a high floor of the building. The exquisite Related condominium is adjacent to the High Line, and it boasts unique amenities, including a private IMAX theater, a spa suite offering a hot tub that can be reserved, a fitness center with rain showers, a plunge pool, a sauna and steam room, a 75-foot skylit lap pool, and a 24-hour juice bar.
520 West 28th by Zaha Hadid Architects is complete. The project—the firm’s first in New York City—is visually stunning, with a curved façade clad in glass and steel and dotted by balconies and private terraces. Inside the High Line-adjacent building, an equal degree of attention has been paid to every last detail, with amenities including a landscaped courtyard, underground garage with robotic valet parking, 75-foot indoor lap pool, and a private IMAX theater. Each apartment is just as meticulously designed, featuring Gaggenau appliances in the kitchens, bespoke white lacquer islands, and coffered ceilings rising to 11 feet.
Now that there are apps and voice-activated devices for everything, from ordering a car service to playing music and getting food delivered, the developers of new luxury residential buildings are betting that buyers will want to level up. Smart technology is allowing the inhabitants of today’s most advanced dwellings to peek inside their refrigerators via a remote camera, securely store valuables in a computerized vault, and even call for their car to be delivered from a lower level parking garage, all from a smartphone. The new luxury condos at 520 West 28th, developed by the Related Companies (and designed by the late Zaha Hadid), offer an array of high-tech perks to their residents. To retrieve items from secure storage vault, for example, residents enter a code on a keypad and wait for a programmable “robot pallet” to bring their items to them. Similar technology is used to retrieve cars from the secure parking area. And it’s practical, too: according to Greg Gushee, an Executive Vice President at Related, this system actually uses much less space than a conventional garage and storage area, which allowed the design team to devote more space to amenities like the skylit swimming pool.
520 West 28th, the new Zaha Hadid project in Chelsea, is now complete. With 39 unique residences and a collection of rarified amenities, the building sports Hadid’s signature fluid style inside and out. The condominium was initially unveiled in 2013, and Hadid worked with Ismael Leyva Architects on its design. The building is situated near the High Line, Hudson Yards, and many of Chelsea’s famed contemporary art galleries and restaurants. Its dramatic exterior takes the form of a chevron pattern that’s formed by a staggered arrangement of windows and balconies, each of which were specially engineered and fabricated for the building’s envelope. The metal elements of the facade were handcrafted to evoke Chelsea’s industrial heritage. Inside, residents enjoy access to a state-of-the-art fitness center with a juice bar, the world’s first private IMAX theater, a Swiss bank vault-style secured automated storage system, and robotic parking valet, among other amenities.
Related Companies, which developed 520 West 28th, has announced that its interiors and amenities have been completed. Images of the amenities inside the Zaha Hadid-designed luxury West Chelsea condos reveal innovative designs for luxurious wellness and entertainment spaces—all done in Hadid’s trademark fluid style—including a 12-seat IMAX theater, a true rarity in residential buildings, that can be reserved for screenings and parties. Meanwhile, the “wellness level” is home to a fully equipped fitness center with a juice bar, as well as a spa suite with a sauna, steam room, hot tub, plunge pool, rain showers, and a 75-foot lap saline-system pool situated under a large skylight. The indoor and outdoor entertaining space has a landscaped courtyard and its own catering kitchen, as well as views of the High Line Park. Automated valet parking is also available to each resident.
The new Zaha Hadid project at 520 West 28th is full of jaw-dropping amenities, and new images capture the innovative variety realized in Hadid’s signature architectural style. The building’s 39 luxury condo residences are situated near New York’s thriving West Chelsea gallery district and the High Line Park. 520 West 28th offers residents access to a private IMAX theater, a brightly lit fitness center, and a 75-foot-long saline-sysle swimming pool underneath a curvaceous skylight. The wellness level is home to a serene spa with a plunge pool and hot tub, a steam room, rainforest showers, a sauna, and treatment beds. The gym, which is open 24 hours a day, has an adjacent juice bar. The IMAX theater, which can be reserved for parties, is the first of its kind in a private residence. In the lobby, an additional entertainment area with adjacent terrace, landscaped by Future Green Studio and offering views of the High Line, can also be reserved. The numerous automated features include a robotic parking system and a high-tech secure storage system. 520 West 28th is the late architect Zaha Hadid's only residential project in New York.
Manhattan’s hottest accessory is none other than a private laundry room. The New York City condominiums for sale at the Zaha Hadid-designed 520 West 28th are offering residents a break from drop-off service: known as “the object,” an interior space in each of the 39 residences disguises functional, but less than fashionable, parts of the home—like closets, pantries, and a highly coveted LG appliance-equipped laundry room with a full sink.
Like any great work of art, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid’s condominiums at 520 West 28th are poised to steadily gain value. In June, one of the West Chelsea building’s first residences, a two-bedroom, two-bath home spanning 2,147 square feet of interior space, is set to close. This residence sold for more than the asking price, while another home of similar size was scooped up around the same time.
The eminently Instagrammable West Chelsea condominiums for sale at 520 West 28th are closer to completion. The L-shaped building, which was designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, is notable for its curvaceous metal exoskeleton. It will be home to 39 luxury residences, gallery space, and an impressive suite of amenities, including a full-floor wellness facility, private parking, landscaped gardens, a private IMAX theater, and a 75-foot pool bathed in natural light.
The stylish, ultramodern residences at 520 West 28th have been awarded the coveted Project of the Year Award for 2017 by the New York Council of the Society of American Registered Architects. The building’s 39 High Line-adjacent West Chelsea condominiums, which offer up to 6,391 square feet of living space and boast up to 11-foot ceilings, landscaped courtyards, and private terraces and balconies, have already become famous for another distinction: they are the only residential apartments designed by the late Pritzker Prize winner Zaha Hadid in New York.
The Related Companies have announced that 15 galleries will be opening in and around the new luxury condos at 520 West 28th. The curvy, Zaha Hadid-designed residential project, which is located near the High Line elevated park in West Chelsea, will be completed later this year. Markus Dochantschi of studioMDA has designed gallery space inside the building and another group of galleries adjacent to it that are being called the “High Line Nine.” Veteran gallerist Paul Kasmin’s new satellite location will anchor the gallery grouping inside 520 West 28t, while the “Nine” will be arranged around a cafe, bar, catering kitchen, and concierge, all modeled on a traditional European galleria. Kasmin notes that the “creation of the High Line and the evolution of Hudson Yards have made this one of the most dynamic parts of the city. This collection of new galleries in this location is an ideal fit for us."
The Related Companies see Chelsea’s art district as an unparalleled cultural asset, and they’re creating a new network of gallery spaces to support the creative scene in the area. Inside and adjacent to the new luxury condos at 520 West 28th, designed by the late Zaha Hadid, new exhibition spaces anchored by the legendary art dealer Paul Kasmin will open later this year. The project will comprise 15 new spaces, of which nine will be known as the “High Line Nine,” clustered together underneath the elevated High Line park and modeled on a European-style galleria.
This year, 15 gallery spaces will open in West Chelsea as part of a project that includes the “High Line Nine” complex and a group of art venues inside Zaha Hadid’s new sculptural luxury condo building at 520 West 28th. The “High Line Nine,” which was designed by studioMDA founder Markus Dochantschi, will comprise a group of boutique exhibition spaces just under the elevated park and feature an array of on-site amenities, including a catering kitchen, wine bar, and concierge. According to Greg Gushee, the executive vice president of the Related Companies, which is developing 520 West 28th, the gallery project was inspired by the form and design of Hadid’s building. “We saw the unique opportunity to create a vibrant, diverse gallery offering to expand and further enhance the West Chelsea art district,” he says. The luxury condo residences at 520 West 28th will offer prime access to one of New York City’s most exciting cultural corridors.
Say “West Chelsea,” and one thing comes to mind: art galleries. That’s why Related Companies, the developer behind the exciting new building at 520 West 28th by Zaha Hadid in New York, decided to include 15 new gallery spaces in and around its luxury condominium project. In addition to hosting galleries within the building itself, one of which has already been secured by Paul Kasmin Gallery, 520 West 28th will be neighbor the High Line Nine, which is inspired by European gallerias and will include a cafe and wine bar.
At the Zaha Hadid-designed luxury condominium at 520 West 28th, residents will not have to leave home to enjoy top-of-the-line relaxation services. The late Hadid’s only Manhattan condo project houses a dedicated wellness level with cold-press bar and fitness facilities designed by The Wright Fit. The state-of-the-art spa suite, which is adorned in hand-selected marble, includes a 75-foot, skylit, saline-system swimming pool, a plunge pool, sauna, steam rooms, and waterfall showers, as well as spa treatment rooms that can be reserved for private treatments.
The future of in-home entertainment is now available to those lucky enough to call 520 West 28th home. The sleek NYC condo designed by the late Pritzker Prize winner Zaha Hadid will feature New York’s only private IMAX theatre—a modern, tiered entertainment space custom-designed by Hadid with swooping walls that mirror the building’s unique, curvaceous facade.
For a select group of New Yorkers, the distinct pleasure of watching movies on the big screen will be available from the privacy and comfort of the building they call home. Residents of the Zaha Hadid-designed Manhattan condominiums at 520 West 28th can enjoy the immersive sights and sounds synonymous with IMAX theatres during a night in, thanks to the 11-story luxury building’s integrated private theatre, designed by Hadid and the team at IMAX Home Entertainment—the first of its kind in New York.
520 West 28th, the swooping, curved metal and glass condo building adjacent to West Chelsea’s iconic High Line, is the phenomenal creation of internationally renowned architect Zaha Hadid. The hand-crafted structure is home to 39 luxury Manhattan condos, including a breathtaking three-story, five-bedroom, $50 million penthouse centered around a one-of-a-kind sculptural staircase and surrounded by plenty of outdoor space on multiple private terraces. All residents of 520 West 28th will have access to ultra-luxury amenities, like the private IMAX theatre, and enjoy proximity to the many cultural attractions of the much sought-after West Chelsea neighborhood.
New photos reveal construction advancing at 520 West 28th with the installation of the unique structure’s curved-glass and hand-crafted-metal façade. Designed by the late Pritzker prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid, the 39-residence luxury Manhattan condo overlooks Chelsea’s High Line elevated park. Amenities will include a private IMAX theater and a 75-foot pool, and over 11,000 square feet of commercial and retail space will occupy the ground floor.
The only large-scale New York City development by late legendary architect Zaha Hadid is going up at 520 West 28th in Manhattan’s West Chelsea neighborhood. Overlooking the world-renowned High Line, the building reflects Hadid’s signature combination of curved and angular surfaces and will be outfitted with custom-produced materials. Its steel beams have been crafted by a family-owned metal factory in Pennsylvania, and bespoke chevron glass panels have been molded and polished to fit the unique sculptural facade. Each of the 39 residences at 520 West 28th will feature unique interior dimensions as well as luxury finishes. The striking structure by Pritzker Prize-winning Hadid effectively celebrates Chelsea’s famed gallery-lined streets and elevated urban park while etching out its own space as a future neighborhood landmark.
The new apartments at 520 West 28th Street represent the intersection of high art and luxury real estate. Overlooking the High Line in West Chelsea, this Zaha Hadid-designed Manhattan condo is as much a sculpture as it is a residential building. The structure’s swooping curves are matched by futuristic interiors with inset lighting and floor-to-ceilings windows that afford expansive skyline views. Residents will enjoy access to plentiful on-site amenities as well as their neighborhood’s booming restaurant and gallery scene.
While rarity and style do not always go hand in hand, the penthouse atop 520 West 28th Street has both of these coveted qualities. This highly distinctive Manhattan luxury condo was designed by renowned architect Zaha Hadid, whose signature flowing style radiates from the swooping three-story staircase at the penthouse’s center to the building’s curved exterior that ascends over the High Line in Chelsea. As one of the very few Hadid-designed penthouses in the Americas, this residence is as exclusive as it is breathtaking.
The Berengo Foundation of Venice will host an exhibition celebrating the life and work of Zaha Hadid during the city’s Architecture Biennale slated to begin May 28th. As admirers of the late architect gather in Italy, construction continues on one of Hadid’s final buildings—the futuristic Manhattan condos at 520 West 28th Street, which are scheduled for completion in 2017.
When it came to selecting an architect to build at the 520 West 28th Street address in West Chelsea, developer Related Companies instinctively chose Pritzker Prize winner Zaha Hadid. Her neo-futuristic style will echo throughout the 11-story metal structure featuring 39 luxury Manhattan condos wrapped in curvaceous lines and illuminating glass windows. Scheduled for completion in 2017, the building will extend unparalleled amenities to future residents including the first private IMAX theater in New York City, an automated parking garage, and ultra-filtered air pumped directly into every residence.
International Women’s Day provides the ideal opportunity to honor one of the most renowned visionary architects of all time. Zaha Hadid’s newest project at 520 West 28th Street is a direct reflection of her iconic approach to challenging design boundaries. The building’s 39 luxury Manhattan condos are surrounded by graceful curves inside and out. When complete, the dramatic structure will rise 11 stories over the High Line in New York City’s West Chelsea art district.
Among today’s prominent, cutting-edge architects, Pritzker Prize winner Zaha Hadid is leading the way with diverse projects ranging from the Messner Mountain Museum Corones in Italy to her luxury Manhattan condo development rising above the High Line in New York City. Hadid’s sculptural approach is evident in the curved glass and steel structure at 520 West 28th Street, her first New York residential project. A willingness to take risks with all her creations has earned Hadid a series of prestigious honors including a Royal Gold Medal from the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Urban dwellers taking residence in luxury condos are demanding a particular extra element to their homes based on increased environmental awareness and a pressing need for serenity through nature. Recognizing the trend as an indicator of a rising must-have amenity, architects are installing innovative green outdoor areas in every available square foot of space. The Manhattan condos overlooking the High Line at 520 West 28th Street effectively address this challenge with oversized balconies that give residents both outdoor space and privacy, as well as a common ground-floor plaza where walls embedded with green plants merge with the landscaped flooring. As a representative of Zaha Hadid Architects puts it, “New York is very tight, and you have to be very clever how you work with the constraints.”
Starchitect Zaha Hadid is bringing a curvaceous, bold residential structure to New York’s High Line district in West Chelsea, recently identified as “the” cultural hot spot in Manhattan. Hadid’s NYC condos will be home to 39 new luxury apartments come 2017. A reflection of the burgeoning popularity of the thriving arts district, the Manhattan condos will start at $4.95 million and rise up to $50 million for the development’s largest penthouse.
The year 2015 was noteworthy in architecture for New York City thanks to an evolving list of supertall towers and an abundance of long-awaited developments nearing completion. At the top of the “Fun to Watch Rise Award” list from Curbed NY is the Manhattan condos at 520 West 28th Street. Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid opted to counter¬¬¬ the traditional box-like-design of architecture’s past with extremely curvaceous lines from the inside out of her first residential project in NYC, which rises above the High Line district. The swift construction process has onlookers anxious to see the building completed by mid-2016, when its unique design featuring chevron patterns will finally be fully revealed.
The first Manhattan residential venture of Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid is one of the most intriguing NYC condo projects. 520 West 28th Street stands out from other buildings in the already vibrant neighborhood of West Chelsea due to a remarkably modern, seamless aesthetic. Scheduled to be completed in early 2017, the building will house large apartments meticulously designed by Hadid herself and ranging from two to five bedrooms in size. The building’s amenities will match its high-end design: Residents will have access to a 12-seat IMAX screening room; a 75-foot-long pool; a fitness center with spa, steam room, and waterfall showers; and several lounges. From exterior to interior, 520 West 28th Street impresses.
Internationally famed architect Zaha Hadid’s first New York residential development at 520 West 28th Street, described as a “monumental piece of art,” is defined by her use of curvaceous and continuous lines. The luxury Manhattan condo overlooking New York’s High Line presents a seamless façade, and each of its 39 residences comes complete with an individually crafted loft-like space designed by Hadid. The development also includes the only private IMAX theater in the city, a private lounge and entertainment suite, and an automated valet.
Internationally famed architect Zaha Hadid is not only contributing a new development to New York City’s luxury condo boom, she is also inviting the city to experience the life that 520 West 28th will offer through a fully personalized, sensory sales gallery from design agency HUSH. In order to create emotional connections to the property through technology, the gallery welcomes prospective residents to explore the structure based on the features that fascinate them most. In the words of HUSH, “Zaha Hadid is an artist, an architect, a designer, and a brand.”
Sales have now begun at 520 West 28th Street, the first residential project by famed international architect Zaha Hadid. Hadid, a Pritzker Prize winner, is known for large projects around the world such as the Guangzhou Opera House in China. 520 West 28th Street, an 11-story building, houses residences ranging from two-bedroom condos to a massive $50 million penthouse. The sleek structure along the High Line is the first NYC condo to feature a private IMAX movie theater as well as a robotic parking system, spa, and pool plus a gym equipped with its own juice bar.
The new condos for sale in Manhattan at 520 West 28th Street are now on the market. Architect Zaha Hadid is energizing West Chelsea with her first New York residential development, the exterior of which features chevrons of glass and steel that reflect the distinctive interiors of the building’s luxury residences. While offering future residents the opportunity to live within a work of art, the property also boasts privacy and exclusivity as well as proximity to shopping, restaurants, and some of the finest art galleries in the city.
Architect Zaha Hadid is enhancing New York City’s High Line with glass and steel via a structure that demands attention yet gracefully complements the neighborhood. The 11-story luxury Manhattan condominium rising at 520 West 28th Street will bring upscale homes to an area once characterized by industrial blight. Hadid, who has always been fascinated by the High Line, has designed her first New York residential project with the intention of contributing a new, vibrant living environment to the now-thriving arts district.
Construction projects are rarely glamorous—unless Zaha Hadid is involved. The Pritzker Prize-winning architect has implemented an elegant replacement for sidewalk scaffolding, a displeasing sight that is inextricably tied to new development. Instead of blighting the landscape of the Highline with a sidewalk shed, Hadid has erected a beautiful, futuristic canopy to shield pedestrians walking past the site of her Manhattan condos at 520 West 28th Street. Unlike any that have come before it, Hadid’s curvaceous silver and white protective barrier is much more than a functional solution; like the rest of her work, it’s art.
While architect Zaha Hadid may be new to New York City residential real estate, she is no novice when it comes to majestic architecture and aesthetic form. In place of traditional scaffolding to protect passers-by, the award-winning architect erected a temporary 112-foot stretch of metallic fabric over an arched frame along the High Line that effectively leads pedestrians through an aesthetic marvel. It also foreshadows the adjacent structure, Hadid’s luxury tower of Manhattan condos at 520 West 28th.
Zaha Hadid’s NYC condos at 520 West 28th Street are now home to a futuristic exterior canopy. The curvy 112-foot addition, designed by Hadid herself, provides an artistic passageway for pedestrians that will remain in place until the residences are completed in 2016. The striking silver installation doesn’t just add aesthetic value to the site—it is also designed to help keep the elevated High Line Park pristine during construction.
The unique art installation, Allonge, currently providing a cover for High Line pedestrians is not only a stunning silvery stretch of material, but a representation of the fluid, modern design future residents of 520 West 28th Street will experience every day. Through this temporary structure, Architect Zaha Hadid has articulated her distinct approach to contemporary design, the same approach she has used to create her 11-story at 520 West 28th Street, which will soon house 39 custom Manhattan condos.
Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid, the woman behind the High Line-adjacent Manhattan condos at 520 West 28th Street, infuses her unique personal style into everything she touches. From the innovative, modern design of her first New York real estate project to the dramatic look she assumes every time she dons one of her black Issey Miyake capes, Hadid’s elegant aesthetic truly stands out.
British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid’s new NYC condos at 520 West 28th Street features glass windows that afford unobstructed views of Manhattan’s vaunted High Line. The 11-story building from Related Companies boasts a unique chevron formation, making it an intriguing addition to the developer’s long list of New York City projects, as well as Hadid’s international portfolio.
British architects are responsible for several impressive Manhattan buildings, including Zaha Hadid’s 520 West 28th Street, an eye-catching new condominium that will overlook the High Line. The swooping, 11-story building will house 39 luxury condominiums with floor-to-ceiling windows offering spectacular, unobstructed views of the Hudson River and Midtown West.
New York has long been a celebrity factory, producing standouts in the world of film, theater, music, food, fashion, and now celebrity architects. The hottest amenity to come along with many of Manhattan’s latest condos for sale: an all-star pedigree.
In an increasingly competitive real estate market, heavy-hitters like Pritzker Prize-winning Zaha Hadid, who has never worked in New York before, are attaching themselves to new developments in the city. While so-called “starchitects” may be drawing intrigue, it’s their talent, not their name, that’s landing them clients. With dramatically increased pressure to deliver pristine and move-in-ready residences to discerning clientele, it never hurts to bring in the big guns.
From the undulating paths of New York City’s Highline Park, Manhattanites will be able to see the crowns of a new generation of luxurious NYC apartments being built along the horizon.
520 West 28th Street will gain an instant seat at the forefront as it nears its completion in 2015; prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid has collaborated with Related Companies to create the 11-story masterpiece. The 37-unit condominium will abut the world-renowned High Line, and feature sweeping views and top-notch amenities. With construction already on its way and its completion getting closer every day, 520 West 28th Street is set to hit the market with a bang.
Zaha Hadid is about to make her mark on New York City's High Line with the Chelsea condos at 520 West 28th Street. The High Line-adjacent 11-story building, which will house 37 residences, will reshape the look of modern architecture in the iconic neighborhood, with its sleek steel and glass chevron façade. In addition to its stellar location, the building will offer residents prime amenities, from private foyers in many apartments to communal space including a pool, spa, and rooftop terrace.
The project will be the first in New York designed by Hadid, the internationally renowned founder of London-based Zaha Hadid Architects, who has crafted the building to complement, but not detract from, the beauty of the adjoining park. The High Line may be the area's biggest draw, but with a striking exterior, 11-foot ceilings in each residence and interiors measuring up to 5,500 square feet, 520 West 28th may just be the neighborhood's piece de resistance.
Zaha Hadid’s complex and enthralling sculptures have long been the talk of the global design elite, and now, the storied architect is bringing her genius to one of the world’s most unique markets: New York.
The Pritzker Prize-winning, Baghdad-born Hadid first lent her talents to the world in the form of a German fire station over twenty years ago. She has since designed buildings across the globe, but is only beginning her career in the world’s Cultural Capital.
Hadid will be at the helm of a new set of luxury Manhattan apartments for sale, located just steps from the beloved High Line. The project, comprising of 11 stories located at 520 West 28th, will soon be yet another visual representation of Hadid’s remarkable style, with a boomerang-like form and alternating layers of glass and steel rising above the adjacent park. While finding her niche in New York has been a long time coming, her spectacular vision for 520 West 28th Street makes it clear that it has been well worth the wait.