Bjarke Ingels’ ever-captivating tetrahedron, officially known as Via 57 West and located at 625 West 57th Street, is set to hit the rental market on March 1st, and ahead of the launch, the Durst Organization has released pricing information, reports Curbed. In total, the flashy building will have 709 apartments, 142 of which are affordable and start at just $565/month. The market-rate units, however, will be considerably pricier, with an average asking price of $2,770/month for studios, $3,880 for one-bedrooms, $6,500 for two-bedrooms, $11,000 for three-bedrooms, and a whopping $16,500 for four-bedrooms. Eight listings have already gone live, and they’re offering two months free on a 14-month lease or three months free on a 27-month lease.
Because of Via’s unusual shape, there will be 178 different floorplans, hence why the pricing is based on an average. Seventy percent of apartments will have Hudson River views and one-third overlook the 22,000-square-foot courtyard (some have direct access to the outdoor space). Some of the other amenities are a swimming pool, basketball court, golf simulator, poker room, screening room, sun deck, kids’ play room, library, and a private event space.
The apartments will be modern and bright, with floor-to-ceiling windows, many of which open to balconies. All units, including the affordable set, will have washers/dryers and dishwashers. Affordable-housing tenants will start moving in the second week of March, and the market-rate rents will follow soon after.
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