Take a look inside the pair of twisting glass towers in NYC that's drawing attention from international billionaire buyers, from Jeff Bezos to New Zealand's richest person

Dbox for HFZ Capital GroupThe richest man in New Zealand just spent $US34 million on a penthouse at The XI.

A set of luxury twisting towers in New York City is drawing the attention of billionaire buyers, including Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and New Zealand’s richest man.

The XI – “The Eleventh” – is a double-tower development that spans an entire city block in Chelsea, on Manhattan’s west side. It will include 236 luxury residences and the first US location of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas.

Jeff Bezos reportedly considered a penthouse in the XI before dropping about $US80 million on a spread near Madison Square Park, The Wall Street Journal reported.

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And New Zealand’s richest person, Graeme Hart, just paid $US34 million for one of the XI’s five-bedroom penthouses, according to Mansion Global.

The development, which was designed by Bjarke Ingels, is expected to be ready for occupancy in 2020.The remaining condos for sale range from $US2.5 million to $US14.5 million.

Residents of the XI will have access to an 18,000-square-foot amenities club, including a 75-foot sunlit swimming pool with a hot tub and poolside cabanas, as well as the 45,000 square feet of wellness amenities at Six Senses.

Take a look at the luxury development.


The XI — “The Eleventh” — is a set of two twisting towers in New York City that will include 236 luxury condominium residences as well as the first US location of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas.

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Source: The XI


The development takes up an entire city block between 10th and 11th avenues in Chelsea on Manhattan’s west side.

Source: Google Maps


Residents of the XI will have access to the array of amenities at Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas, which is opening its first location in the US in the XI’s East Tower.

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Source: The XI


The development, which is expected to be ready for occupancy in 2020, has already attracted the attention of international billionaire buyers.

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Source: The XI,Wall Street Journal, Mansion Global


Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos reportedly looked at one of the XI’s penthouses before dropping about $US80 million on a spread near Madison Square Park instead.

Dbox for HFZ Capital Group

Source: The XI,Wall Street Journal, Mansion Global


And New Zealand’s richest man, billionaire Graeme Hart, just spent $US34 million on one of the XI’s five-bedroom penthouses.

Dbox for HFZ Capital Group

Source: The XI,Wall Street Journal, Mansion Global


No. I, the West Tower, which stands at 400 feet tall, will include 149 condominium residences. The 87 residences in the 300-foot tall East Tower, No. X, start at 100 feet above Six Senses New York.

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Source: The XI


Residents of the XI will have access to an 18,000-square-foot amenities club, including a 75-foot swimming pool with a hot tub and poolside cabanas, as well as the 45,000 square feet of wellness amenities at Six Senses.

Dbox for HFZ Capital Group

Source: The XI


Owners at the XI also get access to Six Senses’ club and spa, preferred reservations at the hotel’s two restaurants, and services such as valet parking, room service, housekeeping, and laundry service.

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Source: The XI


The remaining condos in the development range from $US2.5 million to $US14.5 million.

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Source: StreetEasy

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