Superstructure has topped out at the d'Orsay, a 11-story condo building at the boundary of the Chelsea and West Village neighborhoods. The 21-unit condo building is developed by Adellco and designed by Hill West Architects.
Work on the exterior façade has begun with brick piers installed on the lower floors. The façade design includes red, patterned brick and large, industrial-styled windows with black metal frames and intermediary mullions. The selected materials are meant to tie the building in to the industrial heritage of the neighborhood as a one-time manufacturing center turned cultural hub in part thanks to the nearby art galleries and the High Line.
The 21 condo units range in size from one- to four-bedrooms. A full floor penthouse unit at the 11th floor features 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and two outdoor terraces. The 1,040 square foot rooftop terrace offers an outdoor kitchen and panoramic views of the city.
Building amenities will include a rooftop garden, a spa with a plunging pool, steam and treatment rooms, a fitness center and a drawing room. Completion is slated for 2018.
Architect: Hill West Architects; Interior Design: Studio Jacques Garcia; Developer: Adellco; Program: Residential; Location: Chelsea, New York, NY; Completion: 2018.