New Zealand billionaire signs a contract to buy a unit at U.S. Immigration Fund EB-5 Project, XI in Chelsea, New York.
The XI, a U.S. Immigration Fund EB-5 project, is home to the first Six Senses Hotel in the United States – and potentially Graeme Hart, a private equity executive from New Zealand with a reported net worth of over $7 billion.
Hart is in contract for a $34 million-dollar penthouse in the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea. The XI is right along the famed High Line. The unit is 5,782 square feet and consists of 5 bedrooms plus 322 square feet of outdoor space. Residents also enjoy access to all of the Six Senses Hotel amenities. This includes an exquisite 75-foot glass-enclosed sunlit swimming pool surrounded by a hot tub and poolside cabanas on the expansive deck. The luxury spa features men’s and women’s steam rooms, saunas and cold plunges. Residents will also exclusively experience a fully-equipped treatment room for signature massages plus personalized wellness and nutritional plans by Six Senses’ top-quality team of internationally famed providers and experts.
Designed by Bjarke Ingels Group and developed by Ziel Feldman of HFZ Capital Group, The XI takes up an entire block between West 17th and 18th and 10th and 11th avenues. The entire project consists of two towers connected by a skybridge directly on the highline. The entire 950,000 square-foot project consists of 236 condominiums in addition to 137 Six Senses rooms, retail, and a new park.
Sales launched in September 2018, for more information click here.