In the Center of the Meatpacking District

412W15 is comprised of about 255,000 square feet including 209,000 square feet of office space, more than 30,000 square feet of retail, and 14,000 square feet of storage space. The property showcases innovative architecture, including exceptional light, air, and views, full glass storefronts, soaring ceilings, efficient floor plates, and over 350 feet of retail frontage along the bustling 14th and 15th Street corridors. The unique, loft-style offering with exposed ceilings and brick at 413 West 14th as well as the sleek glass tower with smaller floor plates at 412 West 15th Street will appeal to a variety of tenants.

The property is situated on a prime block on 14th and 15th Street between 9th and 10th Avenue in the center of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, a submarket that has become home to many of the world’s leading retailers and prominent office tenants such as Google, Samsung, MLB, IAC, Food Network, LVMH, Giorgio Armani, and Twitter.

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Constructed as a meatpacking warehouse in the early 1900s, this 3- and 4-story building was painstakingly renovated into boutique, brick-and-beam creative office space. The property features more than 110,000 square feet of office and retail space with skylights and two expansive roof decks, within a reimagined historic façade. This landmarked structure has been improved with a new lobby, windows, elevators, and building systems, all while embracing the pre-war charm and bones of its original aesthetic.

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412 w 15

Designed by CetraRuddy, the award-winning architects behind One Madison and the Walker Tower, 412 West 15th Street is a 140,000 square foot, 270-foot tower catering to boutique TAMI tenants with floor-to-ceiling windows, 13′ ceilings, and 18 stories of essentially column-free floor plates. 412 West 15th enjoys sweeping, unobstructed views and towers well above the rest of the Meatpacking District.

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Over the past decade, the Meatpacking District has become one of Manhattan’s trendiest and most highly trafficked retail and office destinations, ushering in a more inviting and high profile mix of business and cultural attractions. As a top destination for art, high-end residential and hotel development, the thriving 24/7 neighborhood is now an around-the-clock cultural epicenter.

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