Douglaston Development has launched leasing at 3Eleven, a 60-story residential skyscraper at 311 Eleventh Avenue at the convergence of West Chelsea and Hudson Yards. Designed by FXCollaborative, the 695-foot-tall structure yields 938 units with 703 market-rate rentals and 235 homes reserved for affordable housing. Move-ins are expected to commence this fall.
Available homes range from studios up to two-bedroom floor plans. This includes affordable housing units. Each apartment features wide-plank flooring, designer appliances and fixtures, and solar shades installed in every window.
The building also offers over 60,000 square feet of tenant amenities. This includes multiple resident lounges, co-working spaces, a fitness center with adjacent studios, an outdoor pool, multiple roof decks, a children’s playroom, music studios, indoor and outdoor dog runs, and an on-site parking garage with bike storage.
Residents will also have access to Throw Me A Bone, a full-service pet care business offering veterinary, grooming, walking, and boarding services.
“Creating 3Eleven has been a true labor of love, from inception years ago to its fruition today,” said Steven Charno, president of Douglaston Development. “We overcame countless challenges along the way, including initial site rezoning and even a global pandemic, but each milestone reached exemplifies the grit and triumph of our team. We are fortunate to have worked alongside extraordinary partners, including the Ares Management Real Estate team and architect FXCollaborative to bring this project to life.”
A housing lottery for the affordable component launched June via NYC Housing Connect. The units were marketed at 40 to 100 percent area median income (AMI) for households with annual incomes between $26,000 to $144,000.
Construction and interior fit-out is expected to wrap up this summer.