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Related Properties go big with new Chelsea Condos

August 16, 2014

When it comes to taking lemons and turning them into lemonade, Related Companies seems to possess a no-fail recipe. Founded by Stephen Ross in 1972, the company has been a global frontrunner in commercial and residential developments for more than four decades. Gaining significant traction in the ’80s and using the failing housing market crisis of the ’90s as an opportunity to boost capital and properties and reposition assets, Related Companies does not seem to let anything get in its way. The savvy developer also insists on remaining true to its vision to create a legacy of positive social, economic and physical impacts for all stakeholders.

A number of luxury residential buildings in New York City have been added to this portfolio in recent years, including the Chelsea condos for sale at 520 West 28th Street, a gorgeous glass structure overlooking the Meatpacking District’s esteemed High Line Park. Designed by world-famous and Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid, the High Line condos are boast striking modern aesthetics and access to top amenities. Nearby lies another eye-catching property from Related Companies known as Abington House on the High Line. Of course, these are just residential highlights that can be found in Manhattan’s West Side neighborhoods of Chelsea and the Meatpacking District. Head south to Battery Park City and you’ll find 225 Rector Street, a 23-story luxury residence in the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District.