(NEW YORK, NEW YORK)— The Warehouse in Chelsea is nearing completion, nearly four years after early plans were first unveiled, New York Yimby reports.
Morris Adjmi Architects spearheaded the design. The structure pays homage to the district’s industrial history while adding 17,000 square feet of space with the addition of the two top floors and updating the façade to appeal to modern tastes. Formerly a parking garage and an art gallery, it will now be, primarily an office building. But fear not! More art galleries will still occupy the ground floor, with additional room for retail space. The building is near the Highline, in a former industrial ghost town that now regularly fetches some of the highest rents in Manhattan.