living {the High Line 519} life

Life at High Line 519

I’m really excited to introduce this wonderful 2 bedroom exclusive in one of the first new developments that started shaping West Chelsea Arts district to what it is today. Starchitect Lindy Roy was one of the innovative architects to design one of the most notable buildings – The High Line 519.

It’s coveted wall to wall and floor to ceilings glass facade overlooks the aweinspiring 23rd street Lawn over the High Line.

ListingID: 170861 | Type: Condominium
Price: $2,883,200
Common Chgs: $1,230/month  |  RET: $976/month
Bedrooms: 2  |  Baths: 2
SqFt: 1,696 (aprx)


Post-war  |  Pets allowed  |  Outdoor space

Washer/Dryer | Dishwasher | Dining room | Eat-in kitchen | Balcony | Hardwood floors | Granite kitchen

Set in the architecturally stunning High Line 519, an avant-garde building that wraps over the famed High Line Park, this loft-like floor-through home features wall-to-wall windows that flood the space with natural light and provide sweeping views over Manhattan’s hottest neighborhood. Featuring a spacious private terrace perched rover the High Line, this 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom is the best priced home in Chelsea, at only $1,700 per square foot.
A private key-locked elevator opens into the open-plan great room, anchored by almost-11-foot Venetian plaster ceilings, striking white columns and wide-plank dark wood floors. An entire wall of floor-to-ceiling windows and full-length glass double doors fill the entire space with sunlight, while the building’s unique positioning over the 23rd Street lawn side of the High Line—the acclaimed ribbon of greenery and ironwork cutting through West Chelsea—provides for striking views of the park. The huge corner chef’s kitchen opens into the living room and dining area, allowing for impressive entertaining options. A sleek and stylish design incorporates Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, including a wine cooler, all seamlessly built into an overflow of white lacquer and Tortora glass cabinetry.
The apartment’s innovative layout features a long hallway leading back to the bedrooms, creating a supreme sense of privacy, while the building’s unique positioning directly above the High Line offers additional park views from the private 11-by-7-foot rear terrace, accessed by French glass doors off of the master bedroom. The oversize master suite also includes a large walk-in closet and a luxurious bathroom lined in glacier glass mosaic tiles and outfitted with a 6-foot cast iron soaking tub, slatted teak floor shower, and Toscoquattro ebony vanity with double sinks. The second bedroom also features a full bathroom, large closet, and lots of natural light. There is a Bosch washer/dryer in the apartment, as well as central air conditioning/heating and a video security system.
the highline view
the highline view
Located in the heart of Manhattan’s premier contemporary arts district, this distinctive stretch of West Chelsea is home to world-class art destinations like Gagosian and Gladstone galleries, with many of New York’s finest restaurants steps from your front door. The Chelsea Piers sports and entertainment complex and Hudson River Greenway are just one block away, while a premier Equinox Fitness Club is also located nearby. The Meatpacking District, with marquee restaurants like Morimoto and Del Posto, is a short walk from the apartment, as is the prestigious new Avenues: The World School (pre-K through high school). The C/E train is two blocks away, providing rapid transportation anywhere in New York City, and of course the adjacent High Line Park serves as the world’s very best backyard.


the highline 23rd street lawn
the highline 23rd street lawn

For Open House or Private viewing click here.

Claudia Saez-Fromm
Claudia Saez-Fromm


Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan.

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