The Cortland: Waterfront West Chelsea condos by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Olson Kundig launch sales from $4M

New York, NY
Rendering of The Cortland from the most open section of Hudson River Park
Google earth aerial of area of The Cortland with its development site highlighted
The Cortland
A rendering of the entrance to The Cortland in New York, NY. Photo Credit: The Cortland
The Cortland Façade
The Cortland as seen from Eleventh Avenue, April 2022 (All images via CityRealty)
The Cortland Living and Dining
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The Cortland Kitchen and Dining
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A rendering of a primary bedroom at The Cortland in New York, NY
A rendering of a primary bedroom at The Cortland in New York, NY.
The Cortland Motor Court Access
The Cortland Image Credit: Related Companies
The Cortland Image Credit: Related Companies
A rendering of the amenity fitness zone at The Cortland in New York, NY. Photo Credit: The Cortland
The Cortland, Fitness Amenities
A rendering of the amenity lap pool at The Cortland in New York, NY
The Cortland, Pool and Sauna Amenities
The Cortland, Spa Amenities
The Cortland, Spa Amenities
The Cortland Image Credit: Related Companies
The Cortland Image Credit: Related Companies
The Cortland, High-tech VR Room
A rendering of the amenity kids zone at The Cortland in New York, NY.  Photo Credit: The Cortland
The Cortland Screening Room
A rendering of the amenity lounge at The Cortland in New York, NY. Photo Credit: The Cortland
A rendering of the amenity terrace at The Cortland in New York, NY.
Eleventh Avenue in 1910 (Taken by Grantham Bain via Library of Congress)
Tenth and Eleventh avenues on Manhattan's west side were nicknamed Death Avenue.
An on-ramp to the still under-construction elevated West Side Elevated Highway with site of The Cortland to the left
Eleventh Avenue. (Kalmbach Publishing Company)

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