The updated overview of BIG’s The Eleventh development, which is being built alongside the city’s High Line elevated park, shows the towers appearing to lean towards one another in a perspective from the other side of the Hudson River.
“Both buildings are detailed with gridded windows that are staggered to follow the slope of the walls, with a second smaller volume protruding from the top,” de zeen says.
Developer HFZ Capital Group’s towers will rise from a low-level building wrapping a ground-floor courtyard. There will be another skybridge link at a much higher level.
There will be 246 residences, with 149 in the West Tower, and the remainder in the East Tower, along with a 137-room hotel.