A first for Bjarke Ingels in New York

Nick Myall
Monday 12 Mar 2018

Two twisting asymmetrical bronze and travertine towers will be connected via a skybridge in New York

For the first time an initial look at the The Eleventh in New York has been unveiled.

The building which features architecture designed by world-renowned Danish architect Bjarke Ingels is developed by HFZ Capital Group and it is Bjarke Ingel's very first condominium and hotel project in New York. The full block-long site is located along the High Line at 76 11th Avenue in West Chelsea. 

Bjarke Ingel’s design for The Eleventh is comprised of two twisting asymmetrical bronze and travertine towers that will be connected via a skybridge. The innovative towers will be home to the very first urban concept by Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas. The hotel titled "Six Senses New York" will be located within the East Tower, which will also feature 87 residences. The West Tower features 149 residences. The Eleventh boasts a comprehensive suite of private residential amenities and a five-star hotel by Six Senses, the international luxury resort brand dedicated to holistic personalised wellness and sustainability.

For more information please visit the building’s website 

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