520 West 28th Condominium Residence by Zaha Hadid

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520 West 28th Condominium Residence by Zaha Hadid

520 West 28th is a condominium residence located in New York, New York, designed by Zaha Hadid. The 11-story split-level boutique building was designed inside and out by the architect, and overlooks the High Line with views of the Empire State Building.

A few of the amenities exclusive to the 39 residences include a private 12-seat IMAX theater – the first of its kind in the world, a 75-foot skylit lap pool, 24-hour juice bar, and a reservable spa suite offering a hot tub, rain showers, treatment beds, plunge pool, sauna, and steam room.

The building also features robotic parking utilizing top-tier automation technology to valet and retrieve a car from a push of a button. In the same fashion, the private security vaults are also automated, and inspired by the designs of Swiss bank vaults. Residents can activate their individual vaults via a keypad within the viewing room, while QR codes bring their vault to the secured space, allowing easy access to their storage.

Interior shown below is designed by West Chin.

Photography by Scott Frances

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