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Manhattan High Line Condo Project Gets Fresh Start With New Name

West Chelsea’s XI is rebranded One High Line as its new developers, Blavatnik’s Access Industries and Witkoff Group, prepare to restart sales.

Rendering of One High Line views.

Rendering of One High Line views.

Source: Moso Studios, Courtesy of Witkoff
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Sales begin this week at a long-stalled Manhattan condo project, where the new developers aim to move beyond its troubled past with a name change and their own reputations on the line.

The West Chelsea project, a pair of twisting towers once known as XI, is being rebranded One High Line, in a nod to the elevated park that crosses over the site. Billionaire Len Blavatnik’s Access Industries and New York-based Witkoff Group bought the property for about $900 million in a December foreclosure sale after the original developer, HFZ Capital Group, ran out of money and halted construction.