HFZ Capital Group and Bjarke Ingels Group came together to celebrate the topping off of 76 Eleventh Avenue, The XI, making it the tallest development in Manhattan's West Chelsea neighbourhood. Hovering over the famous High Line with 34- and 25-storey twisting volumes, the mixed-use project boasts city and river views from every window.

The XI, image via TheXI.com

The taller tower rests at a height of 123 metres and will contain one- to four-bedroom residences, starting at $2.8 million. The building's half-floor penthouses begin at $25 million. The 236 units in the project are scheduled to be completed by the end of 2019.

The XI, image courtesy of U.S. Immigration Fund

The 25-storey Six Senses Hotel Resorts Spas will hold 137 rooms. The bottom four floors of the complex will include 181,890 square feet of commercial space. 

The XI, image courtesy of U.S. Immigration Fund

The project was made possible through the EB-5 Program of the U.S. Immigration Fund, which offers foreign investors and their families an avenue to permanent U.S. residency.

The XI, image courtesy of U.S. Immigration Fund

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Related Companies:  Bjarke Ingels Group, HFZ Capital Group