76 11th Avenue New York Skyscraper

76 11th Avenue New York Skyscraper, High Line, Meatpacking District Tower

76 11th Avenue New York

High Line Tower, NYC, USA – design by BIG, architects

76 11th Avenue Skyscraper in New York

Design: BIG architects

76 11th Avenue New York Skyscraper

While the length of the High Line has seen a surge of construction since the elevated park initially opened, there are still a few major sites that remain ripe for new development, reports yimby. Perhaps the largest such parcel is at 76 11th Avenue, between 17th and 18th Streets, which was acquired by HFZ Capital for $870 million back in April. Now, YIMBY can reveal the site’s preliminary plans, created by Bjarke Ingels Group.

76 11th Avenue New York City

The project will total nearly 800,000 square feet, and will be split between two buildings. The western tower will rise 402 feet while its eastern counterpart will stand 302 feet, and both will sit atop an active base featuring a major retail component as well as a hotel.

76 11th Avenue New York City

Retail will span the entire first floor, and per stacking diagrams, the space could also include a gallery. The next three floors will feature a hotel, as well as the residential amenities, which will be arranged inside the hotel, surrounding a courtyard.

Plans include approximately 50,000 square feet of retail, 150,000 square feet of hotel, and roughly 550,000 square feet of residential and amenity space. The exact unit count is not stated, but previous reports indicated it would be approximately 300 condominiums.

76 11th Avenue New York City

Old plans had the hotel extending through the shorter High Line-facing building, but the most recent version has turned both towers entirely residential. The massing of the structures is defined by a diagonal cut through the site, which would allow units on the southern edge of the western tower to see the High Line.

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