515 Highline is nestled on 29th Street between 10th and 11th Avenue in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood. It is uniquely situated at the center of the 90-degree bend of the High Line Park, making it Manhattan’s only building with the High Line on two sides. The design architect for the building is Soo K. Chan, founder of SCDA Architects.
The apartments feature bleached oak floors and bronze detailing throughout each unit with hints of stone, wood, cotton, linens and leather. Kitchens consist of Miele appliances and blond oak cabinetry. Five-fixture bathrooms include standalone bathtubs, Azul limestone walls, lava stone floors and custom designed hardware.
Residents enjoy private, spacious outdoor spaces with spectacular views of the High Line and some of the most interesting, well-landscaped areas of the new Hudson Yards.
Each of the 12 homes has a private elevator that opens directly into the residence. The building also touts a separate chef’s kitchen, which provides caterers a full facility in which to prepare culinary delights for gatherings such as dinner parties or philanthropic events.
Amenities of 515 Highline include a state-of-the-art fitness center and a steam room.