April 1, 2015
The meatpacking district in Manhattan is about to grow even busier, as office towers and Samsung move in and add a layer of transformation to an area that once reeked of slaughterhouses and literally vibrated with railway commerce.
By the end of this year, tenants could begin moving into 860 Washington Street, the 10-story tower, which was developed by Property Group Partners in partnership with Romanoff Equities. Designed by James Carpenter, the building will have two floors of retailing, with the second aligned with the High Line walkway so shoppers can see the park from within. The eight higher floors will be leased for office space.
Read the full article in the New York Times here.