High Line is proving to be an increasingly strong magnet for developers
With the next section of the elevated Chelsea park known as the High Line poised to open next month, New York developers are gearing up numerous projects along the route in hopes of capitalizing on rising interest in the area.
The High Line has helped transform an area that remains a long walk from public transportation, offers less retail than other downtown neighborhoods, and until recently was associated with crime and industrial blight.
The second section, which is slated to open sometime in June and will run from 20th Street to 30th Street, is a less-developed area but has already attracted new construction.
Even with $60 million for adjoining apartments, not just anyone can assume board approval in famed building
Two adjoining duplex apartments at a legendary Park Avenue address are about to be put on the market for $60 million.
The grand apartments on the 12th and 13th floors of Continue reading