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Douglaston Launches Leasing at Second West Chelsea Rental Project

Douglaston Development has commenced leasing at 3Eleven, a 60-story, mixed-income residential property with more than 60,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity offerings at 311 Eleventh Ave. in Manhattan’s West Chelsea neighborhood. 

Adjacent to both Hudson Yards and Hudson River Park, 3Eleven is comprised of 938 residences ranging in size from studio to two-bedroom apartments. They include 703 market-rate and 235 affordable units with an additional 15,000 square feet of retail space. 

“Following our success with The Ohm located just across the street from the property, we’re grateful to be expanding our footprint in West Chelsea and look forward to welcoming future residents to their new home at 3Eleven in the fall,” said Jeffrey E. Levine, founder and CEO of Douglaston Development. 


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