YIMBY’s Turkey Week update of stalled projects continues with The XI, a twisting pair of 26- and 36-story residential structures at 76 Eleventh Avenue in Chelsea. Designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels of Bjarke Ingels Group and developed by HFZ Capital Group, façade installation work appears to be on hold for the moment at the site, which is located on the western side of the High Line. Among the tallest buildings to rise along the Hudson River, the 908,250-square-foot two-tower design will yield 236 condominiums and a 137-room Six Senses Hotel Resort Spa, the brand’s first location in the United States. YIMBY last reported that Omnibuild is in charge of the construction and Douglas Elliman is handling sales and marketing.
A consortium of developers has successfully locked in $173 million in financing to construct a new 479-unit rental property in Chelsea. The new building will take shape at 241 West 28th Street, near Eighth Avenue, and is designed by COOKFOX.
Work is moving along at 500 West 22nd Street, an eight-story mixed-use project in Chelsea that YIMBY first reported on in late April 2016. Alternately addressed as 197 Tenth Avenue, the structure is designed by Union Street Studio LLC and developed by Brantwood Capital and will yield eight residential units. The building is located at the intersection of Tenth Avenue and West 22nd Street not far from the High Line, and will span 33,662 square feet with 1,959 square feet of retail space on the ground floor and cellar levels.
Construction is still stalled at 251 West 14th Street, an 11-story residential project in Chelsea. Designed by Isay Weinfield and FORM4 Design Studio PLLC, the reinforced concrete superstructure currently stands more than halfway to its pinnacle. Approximately four floors remain to be completed, including the upper portion above the setback that cantilevers over the adjacent western neighbor. Pizzarotti is in charge of the build, which is expected to yield a total of 25 condominiums.
The concrete façade of 532 West 20th Street has recently been revealed as the black netting and scaffolding was disassembled from the 11-story residential project in Chelsea. Designed by design-build firm DDG, which purchased the plot for $24.25 million in 2014, the structure will yield 27,019 square feet of residential space divided into nine apartments, averaging 3,000 square feet apiece.