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Jardim Condominium rises to street level at High Line

Portions of the Chelsea development are now coming to an end

January 02, 2016 11:00AM

Renderings of the Jardim at 525-531 West 27th Street (credit: Isay Weinfeld) (inset: Harlan Berger and Adam Hakim)

Renderings of the Jardim at 525-531 West 27th Street (credit: Isay Weinfeld) (inset: Harlan Berger and Adam Hakim)

Portions of Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld’s Jardim condominium is now reaching street level as foundation work for the Chelsea development are now coming to an end.

The mid-block site at 525 West 27th St. is giving way to a set of two 11-story condo buildings encasing an elevated garden. Centaur Properties and Greyscale Development Group is responsible for the 95,000 square-foot complex. They purchased the site formerly occupied by the Pink Elephant nightclub in 2014 for $45 million.

The $62 million development is Weinfeld’s foray into New York’s design world. Building amenities include a private driveway, on-site parking, landscaped gardens, an indoor skylit swimming pool, fitness center, massage room, children’s playroom, tenants’ storage and a bicycle storage room. Completion is scheduled for sometime in 2017. [6sqft] — TRD

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