Adellco’s d’Orsay 11-story condominium building tops out

February 21, 2017 - Design / Build
d’Orsay, 211 West 14th Street - Manhattan, NY

Manhattan, NY The d’Orsay, a boutique condominium, located at 211 West 14th St., has officially “topped out,” marking a major milestone for the residential building. Developed by Adellco, the 11-story building celebrates the first condominium with interiors by “AD 100” French designer Jacques Garcia.

“We are very excited to have completed this phase of our building,” said Matthew Adell, president of Adellco. “This feat could not have been accomplished without all of our partners, but especially our talented design and construction team.”  

Inspired by the industrial lofts of the Meatpacking District, the façade was designed by Goldstein, Hill & West Architects. The Jacques Garcia-designed interiors create a marriage between old and new, with great attention to detail. With only 21 residences, ranging from one to four bedrooms, each home was carefully curated to create a sense of symmetry, proportion, and grace while ensuring homes are drenched in natural light. The majority of the residences also boast private outdoor space. 

“There has been great interest in the building since launching sales,” said Mary Ellen Cashman of Stribling Marketing Associates, the exclusive sales and marketing team for the d’Orsay. “Buyers are attracted to the thriving neighborhood and the concept of a luxury boutique building in a dynamic location which has transformed into a bustling high-end retail, dining, cultural and residential mecca.”

Amenities include a full-time concierge and doorman, a rooftop garden with sweeping city views, a drawing room, a sky-lit fitness center, a spa with a steam room, plunge pool and treatment room, as well as bicycle storage and private storage available for purchase.   

Located at the crossroads of downtown’s most vibrant neighborhoods, d’Orsay is steps from the historic West Village, artful Chelsea, the vibrant Meatpacking District and the acclaimed High Line, offering residents access to neighborhoods rich with new and old architecture, culture, fine dining and world class shopping. 

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