CHELSEA — One of the last buildings renowned architect Zaha Hadid designed before she died will rise in West Chelsea.
The site will house “loft-like” condos, penthouses and a “world-class cultural institution,” the group said in a release.
The building will also include an eatery and a floor's worth of amenities, including a pool and an exercise room, YIMBY reported.
The developer will put the building’s 40 condos on the market after construction starts in 2017, the outlet said.
Hadid died in March at the age of 65, after suffering a heart attack while she was being treated for bronchitis.
“We are deeply honored to develop one of Zaha’s final creations and cement her astonishing legacy forevermore here in Manhattan,” Mitchell Moinian said in a statement.