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Last edited 14 Aug 2018
The Eleventh, New York
The surrounding historic industrial buildings and the nearby Meatpacking District is referenced by the stone and metal facades of the two structures. They will reach heights of 122 m (400 ft) and 91 m (300 ft), and offer 360-degree views of the High Line, the Hudson River and Manhattan skylines.
The real estate development and investment company HFZ Capital Group will open a luxury 137-room hotel and spa inside the tower. Above this there will be private luxury homes. The taller west tower will be dedicated to condominium residences. Friends of the High Line are collaborating on a public open-air pedestrian promenade that will run adjacent to the elevated High Line.
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