Last Wednesday evening, an exciting group of NYC's most well-known real estate executives flocked to One High Line, Witkoff Group & Access Industries new luxury condominium project in West Chelsea designed by Danish architecture studio Bjarke Ingels, to unveil site-specific artwork by Wyatt Kahn and Alma Allen. Selected by One High Line art curator Alex Gartenfeld, the oversized modern pieces add a chic touch to the West Tower's lobby sleek aesthetic. With closings now underway, construction at One High Line is wrapping up and residents can view and enjoy the exclusive museum quality art as they use the lobby.
Cocktails in hand, guests explored the lobby's new artsy offerings, not to mention the soirée's tuna tartare bar, while listening to remarks by Witkoff co-CEO Alex Witkoff, Alex Gartenfeld and artist Wyatt Kahn.
Noteworthy attendees included executives from Corcoran Sunshine including Kelly Mack, President of Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. Steven Gold, Deborah Kern, Richard Hicks and Isabelle Hull-Fossas from the One High Line sales team were also in attendance, as were Fredrik Eklund, John Gomes, Noble Black, Kane Manera, Kyle Blackmon, Dana Power and Janet Wang.
Condo residents are treated to 18,000 square feet of exclusive amenities and lifestyle options, including state-of-the-art wellness amenities like a 75-foot lap pool with cabanas, fitness studio with private training rooms, steam rooms and saunas, a private treatment room, an impressive recreational amenity package including glass-enclosed double-height bridge lounge, golf simulator & virtual gaming studio, and private dining with catering kitchen and even a lifestyle partnership with the Whitney Museum of American Art.
One High Line is also the future home of the 5-star Faena Hotel, New York, where residents will get access to Faena's exclusive members club and a 17,000-square-foot spa.
Pricing for remaining listings starts at $2.22 million for a one-bedroom.
[Photos by Guest of a Guest]