Construction Reaches Halfway Mark at WeWork’s 368 Ninth Avenue Outpost

368 Ninth Avenue Exterior Rendering - Nuveen Real Estate368 Ninth Avenue Exterior Rendering - Nuveen Real Estate

Construction on WeWork’s behemoth Midtown building is halfway complete, marking a major milestone for the conglomerate’s newest location just steps from Hudson Yards. Originally completed in 1930 by Sears Roebuck & Company, the commercial development will comprise nearly 412,000 square feet of office space at the corner of Ninth Avenue and West 31st Street.

Following the milestone announcement, OC Development has revealed a new batch of renderings for the commercial property.

368 Ninth Avenue Interior Rendering - Nuveen Real Estate

368 Ninth Avenue Interior Rendering – Nuveen Real Estate

368 Ninth Avenue Terrace Rendering - Nuveen Real Estate

368 Ninth Avenue Terrace Rendering – Nuveen Real Estate

368 Ninth Avenue Lobby Rendering - Nuveen Real Estate

368 Ninth Avenue Lobby Rendering – Nuveen Real Estate

“We are thrilled to be working with both Nuveen Real Estate and WeWork to enliven the street presence and amenity areas of this prominent Midtown West building,” said Jonathan Ninnis, Principal and President of OC Development Management, the firm responsible for redevelopment of the existing property. “Given its prime location near Penn Station and Hudson Yards, we believe this project will transform the property and enhance tenants’ and visitors’ experience at 368 Ninth Avenue.”

OC Development expects construction to wrap by the end of 2019 which will include fully renovated office suites, outdoor areas, a modernized lobby, and re-optimized views of the surrounding New York City skyline.

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3 Comments on "Construction Reaches Halfway Mark at WeWork’s 368 Ninth Avenue Outpost"

  1. Introduce new renderings again with your development, cause design always showing in the same way. Way of beautifully viewed and make it stronger on angle. (Thank you)

  2. Stephen J. Marmon | May 22, 2019 at 9:22 am | Reply

    Fine piece but We Work is NOT a conglomerate. A conglomerate owns multiple companies in different industries, like Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. We Work is just a large company.

  3. True that Steve. Wework is just a huge bubble fueled by VC investor pixie dust. Subleasing office space but portraying themselves as a tech company give me a break lol

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