Work is Better by the High Line

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Elijah Equities is proud to introduce The Warehouse, New York City’s ideal workspace designed by Morris Adjmi. The Warehouse takes its name from the property’s historical use as a warehousing and distribution facility for the Carolina Manufacturing Company, whose principals have continued to own the property for over fifty years.


The Warehouse

The Warehouse brings a unique look and feel to the neighborhood’s recent influx of world-class architecture. More importantly, The Warehouse is an environment in which employees will want to work, in the heart of a neighborhood where employees will want to spend both their professional and recreational time. The Warehouse will prove to be a key recruitment tool for attracting, maintaining, and inspiring the best talent within any industry. The aesthetically engaging blend of architectural styles offers progressive, forward-thinking creative tenants a building that cannot be found anywhere else along the High Line. The Warehouse’s wraparound outdoor fifth floor "neck," as well as its stunning and expansive rooftop deck, are unlike any other commercial offerings in the area. Today’s tenants are not just focused on where a building is located, but also with how that building reflects its corporate psychology and conveys its core principles. The Warehouse’s iconic design and location offer a tremendous branding opportunity for a company wishing to project and express their commitment to innovation, design, detail, and end-user satisfaction.

The Place
To Work

The Warehouse looks out over the High Line, Manhattan’s newest and most vibrant public space. Stretching from the Meatpacking District all the way to Hudson Yards, the High Line hosts nearly five million annual visitors and over four hundred annual programs and activities.