Right over the high line, this small boutique ultra luxury condominium is highly sought after
Not So Good
Highline 519 has a love it or hate it exterior. Tourists on the High Line can see right into many homes, thereby reducing privacy for residents. Very high priced.
If you like to be the center of attention and want to flaunt your life to the world, literally; then consider Highline 519.
Ten-foot-high ceilings and open floor plans that feature wall-to-wall windows await residents of the sleek Highline 519 condos. Floors throughout are constructed of wide-planked wenge hardwood. Varenna kitchens feature Tortora glass and Canapa lacquer cabinets, marble countertops, and Miele and Sub-Zero appliances. Bathrooms have Kohler soaking tubs, walk-in showers with teak flooring, and fixtures by Duravit. Each unit has its own outdoor terrace or balcony.
Unique and contemporary design was employed to make Highline 519 stand out in one of the city’s most trendy neighborhoods. In lieu of a doorman, 24-hour security is maintained by a video intercom. Other amenities include private storage, bike storage, and individual climate controls. Eleven total full-floor units make up this 12-story structure. North-facing outdoor spaces overlook the High Line Park.
West Chelsea is a desirable neighborhood for artists and art enthusiasts. It is close to museums and galleries like the Gagosian, the David Zwirner Gallery, and the Whitney Museum, as well as the Pace Gallery. The famed Chelsea Market is nearby, as well as the sports facility and gym at Chelsea Piers.