The twisting towers designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, and coming to fruition at the High Line in Chelsea, revealed new renderings of the interior spaces.
The hotel/condo development nearing its 2019 completion partnered with Gilles & Boissier to transitions its East Tower residences into high-end luxury homes. The condos feature oak flooring, kitchens complete with Italian cabinetry and Calacotta Gold marble countertops, and marbled master baths. The East Tower is also home to the Six Senses Hotel, which will feature a porte-cochere with marble and smoked wood.
The West Tower tapped Gabellini Sheppard Associates for design and features wide-plank flooring, custom wood doors, and freestanding tubs in the master baths. One bedrooms start at $2.8 million, while the penthouse residences start at $25 million.