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Manhattan's "Green Rush" - New Eco Friendly Condo Developments

High Line 23

The Future is Now!

Green technology and space age designs are currently under construction throughout Manhattan.

High Line 23 or HL23 (shown) is a new green building from Neil M. Denari Architects that is currently under construction in the West Chelsea art gallery district at West 23rd Street and 10th Avenue.

The structure is a 14 floor mixed use of gallery space and condominiums with amazing views of the new High Line elevated park.

The condo will include nine floor-through apartments ranging in size from about 1,850 square feet to 2,600 square feet. Prices range from $2,750,000 to $10,500,000 for the 3700 square foot penthouse duplex unit with a terrace.

LEED certified homes combine systems that together create a holistically green building that is much more than energy savings. Energy, indoor air quality, water consumption, sustainable sites, landscaped roofs all create an envornmentally friendly building.

To receive LEED certificate a building has to earn 26 of 69 points on a scale created by the (LEED) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, the country's most popular green benchmark. Certification of silver, gold or platunum can happen up to a year after the building is completed. Green buildings are required to be 14 per cent more efficient than regular building codes dictate.

 New Construction Green Condos in Manhattan:

The Lucida, Upper East Side


The Visionaire: 70 Little Street, Battery Park City *(LEED Platinum)

Riverhouse: One Rockefeller Park, Battery Park City *(LEED Gold)

The Brompton: 205 East 85th Street, Upper East Side *(LEED Silver)

The Lucida: 151 East 85th Street, Upper East Side *(LEED Silver)

The Harrison: West 76th Street, Upper West Side *(LEED Silver)

HL23: 515-717 West 23rd Street, Chelsea (LEED Gold)

The Kalahari: 40 West 116th Street, Harlem *(LEED Silver)

1400 on 5th: 1400 Fifth Avenue, Harlem *(LEED level pending)

Millenium Tower Residences: 30 West Street, BPC (LEED Gold rating )

The Lucida, Upper East Side


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