Currently in the middle of its 24-month construction, T.G. Nickel & Associates is building three separate residential buildings as part of one major $102 million development between 28th and 29th streets, neighboring the City’s High Line Park.

“This is a great project for Nickel and one that we’re thrilled to be taking on,” said Thomas Nickel, Managing Partner. “We’re confident in our ability to work through some of the unique challenges that are presented when building such a large project in the middle of a dense neighborhood and next to an extremely active park.”

The buildings are the new highlight of residential life in New York City and will feature 375 upscale rental units, 75 of which will be listed as affordable.

Two 13-story residential buildings will stand just west of the High Line while one 35-story building will be located on the opposite, east side of the park. The buildings connect in a common space beneath the High Line. Amenities include a swimming pool and parking.

The project was designed by Avinash K. Malhotra and the American Institute of Architects and is being developed by Lalezarian Properties.

This is the second project on the High Line by Nickel. The first, High Line 23, a $36 million, 14-story condominium on West 23rd Street, opened in 2011.