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6sqft
06.25.18
More details surrounding The XI are being revealed, much to the delight of industry professionals and prospective luxury real estate purchasers alike. The forthcoming collection of luxury Chelsea condos is housed in a pair of asymmetric towers, and 6sqft has revealed new renderings of The XI's amenities, which are managed by Six Senses, and include the Bridge Lounge, a collection of social spaces housed on the skybridge that connects the two buildings. The XI also has a new website, where prospective buyers can learn about the visionaries who are making The XI the most exciting new Chelsea residential development in years. Bjarke Ingels Group, Gilles & Boissier, and Gabellini Sheppard lead the international team of experts that HFZ Capital has assembled to create an unparalleled Chelsea luxury condominium.
More details surrounding The XI are being revealed, much to the delight of industry professionals and prospective luxury real estate purchasers alike. The forthcoming collection of luxury Chelsea condos is housed in a pair of asymmetric towers, and 6sqft has revealed new renderings of The XI's amenities, which are managed by Six Senses, and include the Bridge Lounge, a collection of social spaces housed on the skybridge that connects the two buildings. The XI also has a new website, where prospective buyers can learn about the visionaries who are making The XI the most exciting new Chelsea residential development in years. Bjarke Ingels Group, Gilles & Boissier, and Gabellini Sheppard lead the international team of experts that HFZ Capital has assembled to create an unparalleled Chelsea luxury condominium.
Curbed
06.25.18
New renderings from The XI reveal the eagerly-awaited condo amenity spaces that will be managed by Six Senses Hotel & Spa. This High Line-adjacent collection of West Chelsea luxury residences will feature amenities spaces that are every bit as breathtaking as the residences themselves. The airy fitness center will feature a 75-foot glass-enclosed pool along with a nearby hot tub; elsewhere in the fitness center, residents will find a sauna, steam room, and cold plunge pool. Many of the social amenities, including a bar, library, private wine tasting room, and retractable movie screen, will be housed in the Bridge Lounge, the double-height skybridge that connects the asymmetrical towers.
New renderings from The XI reveal the eagerly-awaited condo amenity spaces that will be managed by Six Senses Hotel & Spa. This High Line-adjacent collection of West Chelsea luxury residences will feature amenities spaces that are every bit as breathtaking as the residences themselves. The airy fitness center will feature a 75-foot glass-enclosed pool along with a nearby hot tub; elsewhere in the fitness center, residents will find a sauna, steam room, and cold plunge pool. Many of the social amenities, including a bar, library, private wine tasting room, and retractable movie screen, will be housed in the Bridge Lounge, the double-height skybridge that connects the asymmetrical towers.
Mansion Global
06.13.18
At 43, Danish architect Bjarke Ingels has found remarkable international success, and is currently involved in projects in far-flung locations, including Asia and the Middle East. No matter the project, Ingels takes care to respect the environment in which his building will be built, carefully considering the surroundings when drafting a design. For The XI, the forthcoming collection of Chelsea residences along The High Line Linear Park, Ingels envisioned a pair of towers that were offset and twisted in order to provide maximum visibility. The result is a beautiful set of travertine-clad buildings that will give residents breathtaking views of the Hudson River while preserving views from the High Line
At 43, Danish architect Bjarke Ingels has found remarkable international success, and is currently involved in projects in far-flung locations, including Asia and the Middle East. No matter the project, Ingels takes care to respect the environment in which his building will be built, carefully considering the surroundings when drafting a design. For The XI, the forthcoming collection of Chelsea residences along The High Line Linear Park, Ingels envisioned a pair of towers that were offset and twisted in order to provide maximum visibility. The result is a beautiful set of travertine-clad buildings that will give residents breathtaking views of the Hudson River while preserving views from the High Line
Curbed
06.12.18
As the pair of towers that will make up The XI climb skyward, developer HFZ Capital Group has released interior renderings that reveal each tower's unique design. The East Tower will be home to 87 Chelsea condos with interiors by renowned French firm Gilles & Boissier; these residences will feature chevron-pattern oak flooring, custom Italian kitchen cabinetry, and marble countertops and cladding in the kitchen and master baths. Next door, the 149 homes in the West Tower will feature Old Hollywood-inspired interiors from Gabellini Sheppard Associates. These sumptuous condos will have wide-plank wood flooring, custom wood doors, and freestanding soaking tubs in the bathrooms.
As the pair of towers that will make up The XI climb skyward, developer HFZ Capital Group has released interior renderings that reveal each tower's unique design. The East Tower will be home to 87 Chelsea condos with interiors by renowned French firm Gilles & Boissier; these residences will feature chevron-pattern oak flooring, custom Italian kitchen cabinetry, and marble countertops and cladding in the kitchen and master baths. Next door, the 149 homes in the West Tower will feature Old Hollywood-inspired interiors from Gabellini Sheppard Associates. These sumptuous condos will have wide-plank wood flooring, custom wood doors, and freestanding soaking tubs in the bathrooms.
AD
06.11.18
An international group of designers has come together to create a modern residential sensation on the shores of the Hudson River. The result is The XI, a collection of luxury West Chelsea residences spread across a pair of asymmetrical towers that rise over the High Line Linear Park. The unique facade by Bjarke Ingels Group houses interior schemes by renowned firms Gabellini Sheppard and Gilles & Boissier, whose designs for the West and East towers, respectively, strike a balance between airy indoor spaces and the project's dense urban setting. The XI will also be home to the first Six Senses Hotel and Spa in the United States.
An international group of designers has come together to create a modern residential sensation on the shores of the Hudson River. The result is The XI, a collection of luxury West Chelsea residences spread across a pair of asymmetrical towers that rise over the High Line Linear Park. The unique facade by Bjarke Ingels Group houses interior schemes by renowned firms Gabellini Sheppard and Gilles & Boissier, whose designs for the West and East towers, respectively, strike a balance between airy indoor spaces and the project's dense urban setting. The XI will also be home to the first Six Senses Hotel and Spa in the United States.
Dezeen
05.03.18
For over a century, the silhouette of the skyscraper remained the same: straight and true. Now, as advances in construction techniques and materials allow for experimentation with form on a larger scale, architect Bjarke Ingels is debuting The XI, a pair of towers that lean and twist in a dance with one another. These towers along the iconic High Line Linear Park will be home to a collection of Chelsea condos, as well as a Six Senses Hotel and Spa, when they are complete in 2019. The asymmetrical shapes and positioning of the towers are designed to ensure the best possible views of the Hudson River from each of the 236 residences and will prevent the sightline from one apartment invading the privacy of another.
For over a century, the silhouette of the skyscraper remained the same: straight and true. Now, as advances in construction techniques and materials allow for experimentation with form on a larger scale, architect Bjarke Ingels is debuting The XI, a pair of towers that lean and twist in a dance with one another. These towers along the iconic High Line Linear Park will be home to a collection of Chelsea condos, as well as a Six Senses Hotel and Spa, when they are complete in 2019. The asymmetrical shapes and positioning of the towers are designed to ensure the best possible views of the Hudson River from each of the 236 residences and will prevent the sightline from one apartment invading the privacy of another.
Avenue
05.01.18
The XI Gallery had a star-studded opening at the end of April, marking the launch of sales at the exciting new collection of Chelsea condos along the High Line Linear Park. The XI Gallery is home to both a sales office for The XI and Series XI, a three-piece installation of immersive visual art from renowned set designer and artist Es Devlin. Celebrities, including Alexander Vreeland and Julie Taymor, sipped cocktails while admiring the artwork, which includes a 360-degree video featuring The XI architect Bjarke Ingels and a massive rotating model of the building that highlights the interplay between the pair of twisting towers
The XI Gallery had a star-studded opening at the end of April, marking the launch of sales at the exciting new collection of Chelsea condos along the High Line Linear Park. The XI Gallery is home to both a sales office for The XI and Series XI, a three-piece installation of immersive visual art from renowned set designer and artist Es Devlin. Celebrities, including Alexander Vreeland and Julie Taymor, sipped cocktails while admiring the artwork, which includes a 360-degree video featuring The XI architect Bjarke Ingels and a massive rotating model of the building that highlights the interplay between the pair of twisting towers
Curbed
05.01.18
Modern architecture is often inspired by the visual arts, but rarely do the two fields come together quite as nicely as in the collaboration between architect Bjarke Ingels and artist Es Devlin for The XI sales office in Manhattan's Meatpacking District. Inspired by Ingels's design for the Hudson Riverside project, which takes the form of two twisting towers featuring 236 Chelsea condos, Devlin created three pieces for the sales office: a massive oval model of the city itself, a 360-degree video featuring Ingels drafting The XI's design in real space, and a massive model of the towers themselves, rotating and suspended above a reflecting pool.
Modern architecture is often inspired by the visual arts, but rarely do the two fields come together quite as nicely as in the collaboration between architect Bjarke Ingels and artist Es Devlin for The XI sales office in Manhattan's Meatpacking District. Inspired by Ingels's design for the Hudson Riverside project, which takes the form of two twisting towers featuring 236 Chelsea condos, Devlin created three pieces for the sales office: a massive oval model of the city itself, a 360-degree video featuring Ingels drafting The XI's design in real space, and a massive model of the towers themselves, rotating and suspended above a reflecting pool.
6sqft
04.27.18
When you enter the sales office for HFZ Capital Group's The XI, you may think you've accidentally walked into one of the many nearby art galleries. That's because this Meatpacking District office is home to a three-piece collaboration between The XI's architect Bjarke Ingels and British artist Es Devlin. From these three artworks, visitors will get a sense of how The XI was designed, from the initial inspiration to a finalized model of the twisting towers that are being constructed along Chelsea's iconic High Line Linear Park. When complete next year, The XI will feature 236 luxury Chelsea residences spread across a pair of asymmetrical towers designed to maximize sightlines from every home.
When you enter the sales office for HFZ Capital Group's The XI, you may think you've accidentally walked into one of the many nearby art galleries. That's because this Meatpacking District office is home to a three-piece collaboration between The XI's architect Bjarke Ingels and British artist Es Devlin. From these three artworks, visitors will get a sense of how The XI was designed, from the initial inspiration to a finalized model of the twisting towers that are being constructed along Chelsea's iconic High Line Linear Park. When complete next year, The XI will feature 236 luxury Chelsea residences spread across a pair of asymmetrical towers designed to maximize sightlines from every home.
Dezeen
04.27.18
How do you sell residences in a building that has yet to be built? HFZ Capital Group was faced with this question with The XI, their forthcoming collection of Chelsea condos by Bjarke Ingels, and their answer was to match the building's unique shape with a daring combination of real estate and contemporary art. The result is a combination sales office and art gallery featuring a series by British designer Es Devlin, who took inspiration from The XI's twisting towers to create three pieces about the project. Two of the pieces address their setting and inspiration, while the third features a scale model of The XI that rotates, showing off the beautiful interplay between the shapes of the towers.
How do you sell residences in a building that has yet to be built? HFZ Capital Group was faced with this question with The XI, their forthcoming collection of Chelsea condos by Bjarke Ingels, and their answer was to match the building's unique shape with a daring combination of real estate and contemporary art. The result is a combination sales office and art gallery featuring a series by British designer Es Devlin, who took inspiration from The XI's twisting towers to create three pieces about the project. Two of the pieces address their setting and inspiration, while the third features a scale model of The XI that rotates, showing off the beautiful interplay between the shapes of the towers.
AD
04.26.18
When The XI is complete, the multiuse development between the Hudson River and the High Line Linear Park in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood will be one of the city's hottest properties. The project will take the shape of two twisting towers filled with luxury Chelsea condos and amenities spaces as well as the first United States location for global hotel and spa brand Six Senses. While The XI is not slated for completion until next year, the building's sales gallery is already making waves with Series XI, Es Devlin's three-piece installation featuring sculptures and an immersive video work inspired by Bjarke Ingels's work on The XI.
When The XI is complete, the multiuse development between the Hudson River and the High Line Linear Park in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood will be one of the city's hottest properties. The project will take the shape of two twisting towers filled with luxury Chelsea condos and amenities spaces as well as the first United States location for global hotel and spa brand Six Senses. While The XI is not slated for completion until next year, the building's sales gallery is already making waves with Series XI, Es Devlin's three-piece installation featuring sculptures and an immersive video work inspired by Bjarke Ingels's work on The XI.
Cool Hunting
04.25.18
Renowned architect Bjarke Ingels and famed artist Es Devlin came together to produce The XI Gallery, a combination sales and art gallery for the forthcoming multiuse project from HFZ Capital Group. Built to sell the Chelsea condos at The XI, this gallery features three immersive works by Devlin, who used the opportunity to put a twist on the traditional elements of a real estate sales office. Egg is a context model of Manhattan bent in on itself to create a concave oval; Paper, Stone, Glass, Water is a 360-degree video showing Ingels's drafting process in real space; and Dance, the pièce de résistance, is a large model of The XI that rotates to show the many angles of interplay between the pair of twisting towers.
Renowned architect Bjarke Ingels and famed artist Es Devlin came together to produce The XI Gallery, a combination sales and art gallery for the forthcoming multiuse project from HFZ Capital Group. Built to sell the Chelsea condos at The XI, this gallery features three immersive works by Devlin, who used the opportunity to put a twist on the traditional elements of a real estate sales office. Egg is a context model of Manhattan bent in on itself to create a concave oval; Paper, Stone, Glass, Water is a 360-degree video showing Ingels's drafting process in real space; and Dance, the pièce de résistance, is a large model of The XI that rotates to show the many angles of interplay between the pair of twisting towers.
Dezeen
04.25.18
When tasked with making the most of a prized stretch of land along Chelsea's iconic High Line Linear Park, architect Bjarke Ingels knew he had to get inventive. The result is The XI, a pair of travertine-clad towers that twist toward one another in order to provide maximum viewing and exposure in each of the project's 236 Chelsea residences. The buildings' facades were inspired by the neighborhood's industrial legacy, with large windows separated by structural elements lending the towers an upscale warehouse aesthetic. The XI is slated for completion in 2019, and the sales office can be found at 25 Little West 12th Street.
When tasked with making the most of a prized stretch of land along Chelsea's iconic High Line Linear Park, architect Bjarke Ingels knew he had to get inventive. The result is The XI, a pair of travertine-clad towers that twist toward one another in order to provide maximum viewing and exposure in each of the project's 236 Chelsea residences. The buildings' facades were inspired by the neighborhood's industrial legacy, with large windows separated by structural elements lending the towers an upscale warehouse aesthetic. The XI is slated for completion in 2019, and the sales office can be found at 25 Little West 12th Street.
NY Times
04.20.18
Two twisting towers are rising on Chelsea's waterfront. Nestled between the High Line and the Hudson will be The XI, a full-block residential and hotel project, that will turn the slice of waterfront between West 17th and West 18th Streets into an urban resort. The asymmetrical towers will be home to 236 Chelsea condos as well as a Six Senses Hotel, and a low-lying building will house the Six Senses spa and a host of additional amenities.
Two twisting towers are rising on Chelsea's waterfront. Nestled between the High Line and the Hudson will be The XI, a full-block residential and hotel project, that will turn the slice of waterfront between West 17th and West 18th Streets into an urban resort. The asymmetrical towers will be home to 236 Chelsea condos as well as a Six Senses Hotel, and a low-lying building will house the Six Senses spa and a host of additional amenities.
Curbed New York
04.20.18
When complete in 2019, the condo/hotel hybrid named The XI will occupy a full block of Chelsea waterfront, taking the form of three distinct structures, First, two twisting towers; one rising 35 floors and housing 149 Chelsea residences, and the other tower coming to 26 stories, with a Six Senses hotel on its lower floors and 87 additional Chelsea condos. A shorter structure will encompass an art space and a Six Senses spa and club.
When complete in 2019, the condo/hotel hybrid named The XI will occupy a full block of Chelsea waterfront, taking the form of three distinct structures, First, two twisting towers; one rising 35 floors and housing 149 Chelsea residences, and the other tower coming to 26 stories, with a Six Senses hotel on its lower floors and 87 additional Chelsea condos. A shorter structure will encompass an art space and a Six Senses spa and club.
World Architecture News
03.12.18
Danish architect Bjarke Ingels has unveiled the design for his NYC condominium and hotel debut, which will consist of two twisting bronze and travertine towers in West Chelsea. The buildings, dubbed “The XI,” span a full-block on the High Line park and will be home to 236 luxury condominium residences as well as the first Six Senses Hotel in NYC. Residents and guests will have views of the High Line and Hudson River, and will enjoy amenities by Six Senses.
Danish architect Bjarke Ingels has unveiled the design for his NYC condominium and hotel debut, which will consist of two twisting bronze and travertine towers in West Chelsea. The buildings, dubbed “The XI,” span a full-block on the High Line park and will be home to 236 luxury condominium residences as well as the first Six Senses Hotel in NYC. Residents and guests will have views of the High Line and Hudson River, and will enjoy amenities by Six Senses.
Arch Daily
03.12.18
New renderings of The XI show its full-block development's unique facade as it rises on the Hudson River bank. The towers include a collection of West Chelsea luxury condos and the first Six Senses Hotel in New York in a two-building development that will provide residents and guests with resort-style amenities and access to famed art district along the High Line. The buildings, designed by Bjarke Ingels, will take the form of asymmetrical, twisting bronze and travertine towers.
New renderings of The XI show its full-block development's unique facade as it rises on the Hudson River bank. The towers include a collection of West Chelsea luxury condos and the first Six Senses Hotel in New York in a two-building development that will provide residents and guests with resort-style amenities and access to famed art district along the High Line. The buildings, designed by Bjarke Ingels, will take the form of asymmetrical, twisting bronze and travertine towers.
A As Architecture
03.12.18
New renderings reveal the asymmetrical beauty of the forthcoming West Chelsea luxury condominium residences at The XI. The full-block project features the first NYC condo and hotel work by Bjarke Ingels, who has conceived two twisting, travertine and bronze-clad towers leaning toward one another, connected via a skybridge. It will include a collection of 236 residences and Six Senses New York, the first urban concept by the luxury brand.
New renderings reveal the asymmetrical beauty of the forthcoming West Chelsea luxury condominium residences at The XI. The full-block project features the first NYC condo and hotel work by Bjarke Ingels, who has conceived two twisting, travertine and bronze-clad towers leaning toward one another, connected via a skybridge. It will include a collection of 236 residences and Six Senses New York, the first urban concept by the luxury brand.
The Real Deal
03.08.18
New rendering and details about The XI have been released by HFZ Capital Group. The full-block development at 76 Eleventh Avenue will contain two asymmetrical bronze and travertine towers with 236 Chelsea luxury condominium residences, as well as a 137-key hotel by Six Senses, the international brand of luxury spas and hotels. Residences will feature views of the Hudson River and the High Line. The top penthouse will boast a wraparound terrace and outdoor pool, measuring 7,000 square feet.
New rendering and details about The XI have been released by HFZ Capital Group. The full-block development at 76 Eleventh Avenue will contain two asymmetrical bronze and travertine towers with 236 Chelsea luxury condominium residences, as well as a 137-key hotel by Six Senses, the international brand of luxury spas and hotels. Residences will feature views of the Hudson River and the High Line. The top penthouse will boast a wraparound terrace and outdoor pool, measuring 7,000 square feet.
Dezeen
03.08.18
Chelsea, famous for its art galleries and the High Line, will soon enjoy a stunning new hotel-condo hybrid: The XI. This property is being developed by HFZ Capital Group and designed by Danish firm BIG, and will feature two asymmetrical, twisting towers connected by a skybridge. The XI will be home to a collection of 236 luxury Chelsea residences, and the first hotel and spa concept from international hotel brand Six Senses.
Chelsea, famous for its art galleries and the High Line, will soon enjoy a stunning new hotel-condo hybrid: The XI. This property is being developed by HFZ Capital Group and designed by Danish firm BIG, and will feature two asymmetrical, twisting towers connected by a skybridge. The XI will be home to a collection of 236 luxury Chelsea residences, and the first hotel and spa concept from international hotel brand Six Senses.
Clad Global
03.08.18
The first urban property for Six Senses will be housed along with a collection of 236 new Chelsea condos. The XI is being developed by HFZ Capital Group, and designed by Bjarke Ingels, who has created a beautiful structure that features a windowed bronze and travertine façade. The building was inspired by the Meatpacking District's warehouses, with a unique twist on skyscrapers and views of the Hudson River and High Line.
The first urban property for Six Senses will be housed along with a collection of 236 new Chelsea condos. The XI is being developed by HFZ Capital Group, and designed by Bjarke Ingels, who has created a beautiful structure that features a windowed bronze and travertine façade. The building was inspired by the Meatpacking District's warehouses, with a unique twist on skyscrapers and views of the Hudson River and High Line.
Architectural Record
03.08.18
New renderings of The XI show off Bjarke Ingels's unique condo/hotel hybrid. Developed by HFZ Capital Group, The XI will take the form of two asymmetrical, travertine and bronze towers connected by a skybridge. The East Tower will contain 87 luxury Chelsea condos as well as Six Senses New York; the West Tower home to the remaining 149 residences. The full-block development provides Hudson River views and access to the High Line park.
New renderings of The XI show off Bjarke Ingels's unique condo/hotel hybrid. Developed by HFZ Capital Group, The XI will take the form of two asymmetrical, travertine and bronze towers connected by a skybridge. The East Tower will contain 87 luxury Chelsea condos as well as Six Senses New York; the West Tower home to the remaining 149 residences. The full-block development provides Hudson River views and access to the High Line park.
Archinect
03.08.18
With a unique design and local inspiration, and a targeted completion date of 2019, The XI is under construction on Chelsea's Hudson River promenade. The full-block development will feature 236 West Chelsea luxury condos and a Six Senses hotel, and is being designed by Bjarke Ingels, who took inspiration from the nearby Meatpacking District's iconic warehouses when conceiving of the windowed bronze and travertine facade that will clad his asymmetrical, twisting towers.
With a unique design and local inspiration, and a targeted completion date of 2019, The XI is under construction on Chelsea's Hudson River promenade. The full-block development will feature 236 West Chelsea luxury condos and a Six Senses hotel, and is being designed by Bjarke Ingels, who took inspiration from the nearby Meatpacking District's iconic warehouses when conceiving of the windowed bronze and travertine facade that will clad his asymmetrical, twisting towers.
Curbed New York
03.06.18
When complete in 2019, The XI will add a pair of unique towers to Chelsea's Hudson River promenade. Developed by HFZ Capital Group and designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, The XI will combine a collection of 236 Chelsea residences with the first NYC location for international hotel and spa brand Six Senses. Its two twisting, bronze and travertine towers will be connected by a skybridge and a ground-level building.
When complete in 2019, The XI will add a pair of unique towers to Chelsea's Hudson River promenade. Developed by HFZ Capital Group and designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, The XI will combine a collection of 236 Chelsea residences with the first NYC location for international hotel and spa brand Six Senses. Its two twisting, bronze and travertine towers will be connected by a skybridge and a ground-level building.
designboom
03.06.18
Bjarke Ingels Group has released new renderings of The XI, featuring two towers which slant toward each other, and are connected by a skybridge. The East Tower will be home to a luxury hotel and spa by Six Senses, plus 87 luxury residences, while the West Tower will house an additional 149 West Chelsea condos. Residents and guests alike will enjoy Hudson River views and access to locales like the High Line and neighborhood galleries, museums, and dining.
Bjarke Ingels Group has released new renderings of The XI, featuring two towers which slant toward each other, and are connected by a skybridge. The East Tower will be home to a luxury hotel and spa by Six Senses, plus 87 luxury residences, while the West Tower will house an additional 149 West Chelsea condos. Residents and guests alike will enjoy Hudson River views and access to locales like the High Line and neighborhood galleries, museums, and dining.
6sqft
03.06.18
New renderings of Bjarke Ingels Group's forthcoming collection of luxury Chelsea condos at The XI reveal twisted towers clad in a bronze and travertine facade inspired by the Meatpacking District's iconic warehouses. The full-block project is being developed by HFZ Capital Group, who is bringing the worldrenowned Six Senses hotel and spa to NYC. The XI's 236 luxury Chelsea condos will be split between the towers, with 87 residences in the East Tower and 149 in the 35-story West Tower.
New renderings of Bjarke Ingels Group's forthcoming collection of luxury Chelsea condos at The XI reveal twisted towers clad in a bronze and travertine facade inspired by the Meatpacking District's iconic warehouses. The full-block project is being developed by HFZ Capital Group, who is bringing the worldrenowned Six Senses hotel and spa to NYC. The XI's 236 luxury Chelsea condos will be split between the towers, with 87 residences in the East Tower and 149 in the 35-story West Tower.