245 Tenth Avenue | New York, NY

245 Tenth Avenue is one of the first new buildings to be constructed along the NYC High Line, the elevated railroad path recently transformed into a delightful linear urban park that runs along Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood.

The 12-story structure is comprised of 20 luxury condominium units and street level gallery space, which is designed to reflect the transformation of a rundown industrial area into a vibrant new residential neighborhood.

Its complex design is sheathed in embossed stainless steel panels and tinted glass, and angles outward toward the adjacent High Line, creating visual interest. As Executive Architect, Goshow Architects worked closely with the developer, “Metro Development,” and their design architect “Della Valle-Bernheimer,” to create a contemporary image reflecting the
“new” Chelsea.

Images courtesy of www.245tenthave.com.