To be designed by the pioneering green architectural firm, Cook + Fox (Bank of America Tower, among other high-profile New York City projects), the Albanese Organization’s 510 West 22nd Street is a planned 9-story boutique office building in West Chelsea that has LEED Platinum aspirations.
Set to rise adjacent to the High Line on a parcel that was once slated for a Jay-Z-owned hotel, the 9-story, 175,000-square-foot tower will feature 160 feet of High Line frontage and 14- to 20-foot-high ceilings on floor plates ranging from 15,000 to 20,000 square feet.
The $140 million project would be located at 510 West 22nd Street and 10th Avenue and will “engage” both the High Line and the natural environment with terraces on the north and south sides of the second floor, the 9th floor, and a green roof. Tenant spaces will feature individually controlled HVAC systems. Ground-floor retail space will likely serve as a gallery or event space; local zoning allows for the development of office, retail, hotel, and non-profit museum uses.
- 510 W 22nd St, New York, New York
- LEED–NC 2013, Platinum (Reg.)
- Albanese Organization
- Cook + Fox
- Year Built
- Square Footage
- 175,000 square feet
- Ground-floor retail for gallery or event space
- Individually-controlled HVAC systems in tenant spaces