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MEATPACKING PLAZA


NEIGHBORHOOD:

The Meatpacking District is a 24-hour neighborhood located on the far west side of Manhattan, bordered by Chelsea to the north and the West Village to the south.  In the last 20 years, fashion and graphic designers, architects, artists, restaurateurs, world-renowned stylists and corporate headquarters have moved into the historic neighborhood. The Meatpacking District is an epicenter of activity; with a wide range of restaurants nightlife venues, office tenancy, and people seeking quality experiences and atmosphere. Despite the neighborhood’s rapid evolution, the area retains its character; historically through its architecture and cobble stone streets, and generally, with its eclectic mix of businesses, residents and visitors from every community in New York City and around the world.

Amongst the greatest redevelopments in New York City’s recent history was the establishment of the world renowned High Line, beginning with the section located on Gansevoort Street, right in Meatpacking. The High Line’s arrival brought a new amenity to the neighborhood, allowing visitors a birds eye view as they walk on this “park in the sky” from Gansevoort Street through the Meatpacking District and further north. The park’s success brought new light to the district along with a new cadre of visitors from the around the world. In 2015 the Meatpacking District became the new home of the Whitney Museum, one of the City’s most well respected art institutions. In 2021, the incredible Heatherwick Studio-designed Little Park opened to the public, further solidifying the Meatpacking District as a place of evolution, leading the city forward.

SPACE:

Meatpacking Plaza is an 80,000 square foot commercial development, designed by BKSK Architects. The project will feature 55,000 square feet of Class-A office with truly unique views over the Gansevoort Market Historic District, and 22,500 square feet of trophy retail with 220 feet of street frontage and ceiling heights reaching 22 feet in height.

BKSK Architects’ design consists of two distinct but connected structures—embodying the very confluence of history and modernism that the Meatpacking District has become world famous for. The property’s two street-facing historic buildings will be preserved and restored, with their exteriors returned to their full glory. Setback from the streets and to the rear of the historic buildings’ structures, the 9-story glass and terracotta office component will become a new landmark of the historic neighborhood.

The property is being developed by Tavros Holdings in partnership with Arel Capital.


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MEATPACKING PLAZA


NEIGHBORHOOD:

The Meatpacking District is a 24-hour neighborhood located on the far west side of Manhattan, bordered by Chelsea to the north and the West Village to the south.  In the last 20 years, fashion and graphic designers, architects, artists, restaurateurs, world-renowned stylists and corporate headquarters have moved into the historic neighborhood. The Meatpacking District is an epicenter of activity; with a wide range of restaurants nightlife venues, office tenancy, and people seeking quality experiences and atmosphere. Despite the neighborhood’s rapid evolution, the area retains its character; historically through its architecture and cobble stone streets, and generally, with its eclectic mix of businesses, residents and visitors from every community in New York City and around the world.

Amongst the greatest redevelopments in New York City’s recent history was the establishment of the world renowned High Line, beginning with the section located on Gansevoort Street, right in Meatpacking. The High Line’s arrival brought a new amenity to the neighborhood, allowing visitors a birds eye view as they walk on this “park in the sky” from Gansevoort Street through the Meatpacking District and further north. The park’s success brought new light to the district along with a new cadre of visitors from the around the world. In 2015 the Meatpacking District became the new home of the Whitney Museum, one of the City’s most well respected art institutions. In 2021, the incredible Heatherwick Studio-designed Little Park opened to the public, further solidifying the Meatpacking District as a place of evolution, leading the city forward.

SPACE:

Meatpacking Plaza is an 80,000 square foot commercial development, designed by BKSK Architects. The project will feature 55,000 square feet of Class-A office with truly unique views over the Gansevoort Market Historic District, and 22,500 square feet of trophy retail with 220 feet of street frontage and ceiling heights reaching 22 feet in height.

BKSK Architects’ design consists of two distinct but connected structures—embodying the very confluence of history and modernism that the Meatpacking District has become world famous for. The property’s two street-facing historic buildings will be preserved and restored, with their exteriors returned to their full glory. Setback from the streets and to the rear of the historic buildings’ structures, the 9-story glass and terracotta office component will become a new landmark of the historic neighborhood.

The property is being developed by Tavros Holdings in partnership with Arel Capital.