Dramatic corner loft space with exposed brick – 3,244 RSF in Meatpacking
875 Washington – Meatpacking District
Space features windows on both sides providing amazing light, 1 glass front office, 1 principal office, large glass front conference room, pantry and open layout. Ready to move in. This space is perfect for a creative firm, entertainment industry, showroom, etc.
$Negotiable/SF – Available Immediately
3,244 SF – 3 Fl – Partial Floor – Sublease
Located on Washington Street and 14th Street in the center of the desirable Meatpacking District, steps from the highline, this area is home to Chelsea Market, Gansevoort Market, Gansevoort Hotel, and the Standard Hotel and much more.
The Meatpacking District is a
neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan which runs
roughly from West 14th Street south to Gansevoort Street, and from the
Hudson River east to Hudson Street, although recently it is sometimes
considered to have extended north to West 16th Street and east beyond
Beginning in the late 1990s, the Meatpacking District went through a transformation. High-end boutiques catering to young professionals and hipsters opened, including Diane von Furstenberg, Christian Louboutin, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Theory, Ed Hardy, Puma, Moschino, ADAM by Adam Lippes, Jeffrey New York,the Apple Store; restaurants such as Pastis, Morimoto, Del Posto, and Buddha Kahn; and an onslaught of night clubs. In 2004, New York magazine called the Meatpacking District "New York’s most fashionable neighborhood". With an extremely limited amount of office space and an appeal to cutting-edge firms the pricing for lofts and offices is relatively high and attracts a multitude of creative, fashion, design and marketing users. Read more
In June 2009, the first segment of the High Line, a former elevated freight railroad built under the aegis of Robert Moses, opened to great reviews in the District and the southern portion of Chelsea to the north as a greenway modeled after Paris' Promenade Plantée. Thirteen months earlier, the Whitney Museum of American Art announced it would build a second, Renzo Piano-designed home on Gansevoort Street, just west of Washington Street and the southernmost entrance to the High Line.
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