IGI-USA’s Flynn building in Chelsea gets new renderings

ODA New York is designing the 30-unit, 80K sf condo project

New York /
Nov.November 11, 2015 10:21 AM

The Flynn in Chelsea got new renderings this week, revealing a stately 11-story building with an irregular, cantilevered top section resembling a Jenga stack somewhere near the middle of the game.

IGI-USA’s 30-unit, 80,000-square-foot condo development at 155 West 18th Street, designed by ODA New York, will feature massive penthouses and “Garden” units with private back yards.

The developer bought the site in 2012 for $16.6 million. In 2014, five buildings there were demolished to make room for the new structure. Occupancy is expected in mid-2016.

CORE is leading sales at the building.

IGI-USA also developed the 31-unit condo building at 15 Renwick Street in Hudson Square, which opened sales last year. – Ariel Stulberg


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