Among the oldest warehouses in NYC, this former storage building has slowly been converting to office space. Among the most unique buildings in New York, this former warehouse use to serve as a distribution facility for cargo that came off the port.
It’s columns and support are made of timber. The building takes up an entire city block between 11th & 12th Avenues. Most of the buildings of this caliber have been demolished and converted to other uses.
The building is becoming a hipper destination of Chelsea Market and becoming something more akin to a Williamsburg destination. The exterior of the building is something you would expect to see in Red Hook or some other old American port town.
The current availability is for 3,500-5,500 RSF. The Landlord is looking to lease the space as-is. The space can function as a retail space such as a bar or could be used as a traditional office. It is currently being occupied by Uber. Rents in the building are in the $50 and $60s per square foot.
Current amenities include, Witchcraft, Porchlight, Between the Bread, and LaColombe. Hudson Yards is within a 5 minute walk. The new number 7 subway line is a 7 minute walk away. High-line is a 2 minute walk away.