On the stretch of 24th Street right before Eleventh Avenue, another West Chelsea residential project is finally nearing completion. 560 West 24th Street is under development by Tavros Capital and Adam Gordon, with Montroy Andersen DeMarco serving as the project’s architect of record and Steven Harris designing.
While signage had previously indicated the building would be complete by November of 2014, that is clearly not the case. YIMBY last checked in on the project back in April of 2014, and at that time, concrete was still rising. Since then, almost all exterior work appears to have been finished, and what was bare concrete last April is now covered in a limestone facade.
The project has been dubbed the “NY Art Residences,” and apt to its name, the building will include a gallery on its first level. Above, 560 West 24th Street includes eight residences spanning another ten floors, with the top two penthouses taking up two floors each. Residences average over 3,500 square feet apiece, and as expected, pricing at the project is astronomical (starting at $7.25 million, at least as of January 2014).
560 West 24th Street is just down the street from Tamarkin’s recently-finished project at 508 West 24th Street. Unfortunately for residents of the block, completion of the Tamarkin and Tavros projects will only yield to more construction, as JDS is developing 514 West 24th Street (with Roman and Williams designing), and Shvo/Victor Homes set to begin work on 239 Tenth Avenue, on the end of the block facing Tenth Avenue, to be designed by Peter Marino.
While both of those projects are also exciting, 560 West 24th Street follows 508 West 24th’s tasteful lead in establishing a block of noteworthy buildings, though neither projects cries out for attention. Completion of 560 West 24th Street is likely in the coming months.
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