Construction will soon kick-off at 300 West 30th Street following approvals from the Department of Buildings. Designed by Studio C Architects, a new collection of renderings offer a first look at the property.
Located in the northern corner of Chelsea, Manhattan, the 16-story development will contain 80 apartment units with retail on the ground level. Residential amenities are located on the second floor and will include indoor and outdoor recreational spaces. Above that, select apartments will include private balconies. Premium units located above the building’s 12th level will include large, private terraces.
Permits originally filed with the city reveal Hiwin USA as property developer. As previously reported by YIMBY, Salt Equities sold the lot in May for $27.5 million. The two-and-a-half-star hotel Riff Chelsea was the former occupant.