The High Line is a 1.45-mile-long linear park built on an elevated section of an unused New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line. It was inspired by Paris’ 3-mile Promenade Plantee, a similar project completed in 1993.
The Soori High Line Residences, overlooking the High Line, are the gold standard of contemporary design. This is evident with one look at the building’s exterior, and verified once you see the inside spaces.
This Chelsea modern icon was designed by Soo K. Chan of SCDA Architects and further developed by Siras Oriel. 31 units range from one- to five-bedroom layouts.
The homes are extremely well appointed with custom-designed Varenna Poliform chef kitchens, Miele and Blanco appliances, marble spa baths that feature fittings by Dornbracht, Boffi and Toto, and Duravit wardrobes by Poliform.
Radiant floor heating and motorized blinds highlight a design that embraces technology.
Light-drenched residences wonderfully marry their interior and exterior space by having the inside area flow out to courtyards for outdoor living, rare in NYC.
Town and Country fireplaces are located in every living room as are floor-to-ceiling windows.
16 residences come with private, heated ionized salt-water swimming pools, allowing you to relax in your own private spa during all four seasons.
Top quality amenities include a full-time doorman and concierge service, fitness center, spa, steam and sauna, parking garage, laundry facility, library, resident lounge, private storage and bike storage.
The exceptional location is a stone’s throw from Chelsea’s best restaurants, shops, galleries and nightlife.