TEN23 is a twelve-story, 111-unit building offering New York rentals near the High Line. The building was designed by the famed Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel Architects and was developed by Sam Zell. The unique facade consists of translucent glass set within an ornamental cast-in-place frame. There are subtle textured patterns on the concrete caused by the "formwork" panels. The entrance of the building is mere feet away from the enclosed glass elevator shaft that takes people up to the highline. TEN23 is Chelsea’s first smoke-free living environment and was awarded Silver Certification by the National Association of Home Builders under the ANSI-certified National Green Building Standard. The building was also awarded the Concrete Industry Board Award of Merit for an Architectural Concrete Structure in 2011.
The residences at TEN23 range from studios to three-bedroom homes. Some units feature private terraces and washer and dryers. All residences feature hardwood flooring, lovely floor-to-ceiling low-UV windows, and custom-designed closet space. The kitchens offer stainless steel appliances, custom-designed cabinetry and fine finishes and fixtures. Oversized balconies and terraces, where available, offer breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline, the Hudson River and New York landmarks, such as the Empire State Building.
TEN23 is has a host of services and amenities, including a 24-hour concierge, a valet, dry-cleaning service, a fitness facility opening onto an outdoor patio, and common areas outfitted with Wi-Fi connectivity. TEN23 also features an abundance of shared outdoor space—over 6,000 square feet in total.
TEN23 is located in Chelsea’s energetic and exciting Gallery District. The neighborhood’s centerpiece is the newly renovated High Line Park, which is adjacent to the development. The 1.5-mile landscaped park is built on the former West Side railway platform. Hundreds of art galleries, museums, studios and theatres have opened in the area, including the Rubin Art Museum, Chelsea Art Museum and the acclaimed Joyce Theatre. Public transportation is easily accessible, with the 1, C and E subway lines and the cross-town bus just outside the building.