Construction is nearly finished on 520 West 20th Street, aka The Warehouse, a mixed-use office building in West Chelsea. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects and developed by Elijah Equities, the project involves the construction of a multi-story steel-framed expansion above a repurposed brick industrial building. Omnibuild is in charge of the construction and the assembly of the edifice, which is located between West 19th Street and West 20th Street, steps away from the High Line.
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Exterior work is wrapping up on The Warehouse, a mixed-use office conversion of an industrial building with a rooftop addition at 520 West 20th Street in West Chelsea. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects and developed by Elijah Equities, the property is located between West 19th Street and West 20th Street, steps away from the High Line.
The exterior of The Warehouse, aka 520 West 20th Street, is getting closer to completion in West Chelsea. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects and developed by Elijah Equities, the mixed-use office development is located close to the High Line between West 19th Street and West 20th Street. The project features the restored 50-foot-tall brick façade of a former industrial building topped by a new suspended and cantilevering steel structure that brings the total height to 105 feet.
Construction is moving along on the topped-out residential structure at 500 West 25th Street in Chelsea. Most of the windows are installed, but a considerable amount of exterior work still remains to be completed before the scaffolding and black construction netting is ready to come down. GF55 Partners is the architect of record and GDS Development is developing the ten-story building, which is located next to the High Line at the corner of West 25th Street and Tenth Avenue.
The first residential project in New York City by Thomas Heatherwick is making swift progress at 515 West 18th Street in Chelsea. The curtain wall of bulging, two-story windows on the shorter, ten-story building is nearly complete, while the façade of the taller, 22-story reinforced concrete structure is now starting on the second floor. The topped-out buildings straddle the High Line and will become an eye-catching addition to the neighborhood for residents and tourists alike. The project is located between Tenth Avenue and Eleventh Avenue, and is being developed by Related Companies.