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Bjarke Ingels’ modern masterpiece: One High Line takes its place on Architecture Row

Developed by the Witkoff Group and Access Industries and masterminded by Bjarke Ingels Group, this West Chelsea marvel offers opulent residences and unparalleled amenities. Share

Nestled in the heart of West Chelsea at 500 West 18th Street, where the historic High Line meets the majestic Hudson River, One High Line is the epitome of modern opulence. A collaborative venture by the esteemed Witkoff Group and Access Industries, the development offers 236 unique residences spanning across two distinct towers. Conceived by the visionary architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group, the project promises an experience of luxury living unparalleled in Manhattan.

Aptly coined ‘Architecture Row,’ One High Line shares its prestigious location with some of the most iconic contemporary architectural landmarks. It sits in proximity to works by Zaha Hadid, Jean Nouvel, and Renzo Piano, providing a harmonious contrast that exemplifies the beauty and diversity of modern design.

Bjarke Ingels’ modern masterpiece: One High Line takes its place on Architecture Row

The exterior is an architectural marvel, embodying the best of both modern and classical design. The façade is draped in an exquisite blend of glass and travertine stone, offering a timeless aesthetic that effortlessly integrates into the iconic New York skyline. This is not intended to create aesthetics for aesthetics’ sake; the towers’ unique twisting shapes have been painstakingly calculated to maximize the panoramic views from each residence.

The residences themselves are sanctuaries of understated elegance, divided between a 36-story West Tower, featuring interiors by Gabellini Sheppard Associates, and a 26-story East Tower styled by Gilles et Boissier. The West Tower, soaring to 400 feet, houses 149 upscale residences, while the East Tower, at a height of 300 feet, accommodates 87 residences as well as the Faena Hotel, marking its flagship presence in New York.

Bjarke Ingels’ modern masterpiece: One High Line takes its place on Architecture Row

Residents are greeted by a landscaped porte-cochère, linking the two towers and offering an opulent entrance that sets the tone for the grandeur that lies within. Dan Fink’s interior design seamlessly marries vintage and contemporary elements, incorporating carefully curated furnishings and artworks from the celebrated Pace Gallery. Imagine dining at a rosewood table from the ’60s, lounging on a sofa by JD Moveis e Decoracoes, or relaxing in a chair by Cassina — all within the sanctity of your own home.

Bjarke Ingels’ modern masterpiece: One High Line takes its place on Architecture Row

The unparalleled range of amenities elevates One High Line into a class of its own. A 75-foot lap pool and jacuzzi offer a serene escape in the heart of the city, while the spa provides an array of steam, sauna, and treatment rooms to refresh your body and spirit. The fitness center is outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment and private training studios, and for those who prefer indoor sports, the golf simulator and virtual gaming room offer hours of entertainment. Children are not forgotten, with a dedicated playroom designed to foster creativity and fun. For social and dining experiences, residents have access to private dining areas and a games lounge, enhanced by premier services provided by the Faena Hotel.

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