The latest Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)-designed project hit another milestone as the taller portion of the XI buildings topped out this week. Now the tallest building in the area at 400 feet, the 76thEleventh Avenue “I” building in Chelsea has swiftly ascended by 34 stories in the last 7 months. New images show the fast-moving construction, and work steadily progressing.
76thEleventh Avenue, a U.S. Immigration FundEB-5 Project, occupies a premier location on the elevated Highline park, and is the only project of its caliber with direct access to the 1.45-mile-long (2.23 km) Highline park. Alongside this milestone with the 400-foot building at full height, the skyline is shifting, and the uniquely designed “dancing” towers are already enticing potential buyers from around the world.
In addition to a more attractive cost per square foot, residents of the 76thEleventh Avenue “XI” project can enjoy direct access to a variety of neighborhood luxuries – including the Highline Park, Chelsea Market and the new Six Senses hotel,which is central to the development of the second, smaller 300-foot building. Residents of the XI can enjoy an assortment of luxury amenities – including a 4,000-square-foot fitness center with a 75-foot-long pool, a lounge and gallery, a wine tasting room, a social lounge with billiards, a teen room and playroom for children – in addition to priority access to the Six Senses hotel and club.
Further, residents can quickly walk to local businesses, offices, and retail. Over the last few years, the historical High Line has become central to an inflow of companies including Google, Amazon, Facebook, Salesforce, Spotify, Target and Under Armour corporate offices. Notable retail neighbors include Apple, Lululemon Atheltica and Sephora. With Foragers Market right around the corner, shopping for groceries or take-out is convenient and quick. For a comprehensive guide to the businesses and retail in the area, thisneighborhood directory, is updated in real-time.