Work is Better by the High Line
It is all too rare these days to come across a building that doesn’t sacrifice ceiling heights for square footage, that doesn’t compromise aesthetics for economics, and that does stay true to its history, heritage, and commercial roots. With The Warehouse, we’ve set out to maintain the bones of this beautiful industrial structure, infuse it with all new building systems, while also adding a modern glass expansion that compliments the original brick and mortar base. Acclaimed architect Morris Adjmi completely understood our vision for this project, and his striking design shows his respect for the building’s original sinewy structural elements, while crafting a stylish contemporary component, a tasteful glass addition with a myriad of outdoor spaces that overlook the High Line and Hudson River.VIEW FLOOR PLANS
Character Meets Innovation
Situated in what was once a gritty and utilitarian industrial district, The Warehouse is at its very core a repository space. Now, instead of cartons and crates, it will host ideas and innovation. The original building—fashioned from steel, brick, and concrete—speaks boldly to the neighborhood’s past and stands as a venerable symbol of hard work and dogged enterprise. And its modern, cantilevering rooftop extension represents The Warehouse’s evolution into the contemporary era.