In the heart of West Chelsea, Jardim is Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld’s first New York City residential condominium. Named after the Portuguese word for garden, the Jardim development consists of two, 11-storey towers that are arranged around two multi-level gardens and is just steps away from the High Line.
The gardens are adorned with trees, shrubs, ferns and grasses that provide “an ever-changing sequence of color and fragrance”. The complex contains a total of 36 units with floor-to-ceiling glass that usher in daylight and provides generous views, along with facilitating a connection to the verdant gardens, connecting with the architect’s intent to provide a tranquil setting for urban dwellers.