If you’re looking for park-like serenity without leaving home, Isay Weinfeld has designed a condominium for you. Sales have officially kicked off for the Brazilian architect’s first New York commission, which has aptly been named Jardim for its leafy oasis in the heart of edgy West Chelsea. The homes are divided among two 11-story fraternal buildings that come dressed in a textually rich skin of cast-concrete interrupted by elongated ribbons of glass. Thirty-six light-filled homes frame a lushly planted, multi-level courtyard. Homes are large and airy and have north and south exposures, formal entry galleries, and panoramic windows providing cityscape views and glimpses of the High Line. Private outdoor spaces are seamlessly accessed via sliding pocket doors. An interior palette of earth-toned materials including smoked oak, marble, brass and limestone allows the architecture to fall to the background.