Lease a Spectacular Office Loft at The Starrett Lehigh Building
The Starrett Lehigh Building has some of the most desirable commercial office space for lease in Midtown South. The former distribution facility has been retrofitted for commercial office space usage. Typical ceiling heights are 12′ feet, the views from the upper floors are spectacular.
Unique Commercial Loft Building in Midtown South
The Starrett Lehigh Building is one of the most famous industrial loft properties in New York City. The huge corridors, 13’ ceilings and industrial chic characterizing this former warehouse make it a unique New York City office rental for top brands, media companies, photographers, apparel showrooms and tech companies. If you are seeking hip commercial loft in West Chelsea with an avant garde vibe, you will love office space at the Starrett Lehigh Building.
$30 MILLION RENOVATION
The Starrett Lehigh Building, which was constructed in 1932 along the Hudson River, originally served as a freight distribution center with a railroad line on the ground floor. Since, it has been renovated into loft and office space and is home to many corporations and tenants within the arts, media and fashion. The large structure features a brick exterior with bands of ribbon windows. A $30 million renovation project resulted in new elevators, heating plant, electrical wiring and HVAC systems, as well as a new roof and lobby interior.
MEDIA, APPAREL & CREATIVE TENANTS
Current tenants of the Starrett Lehigh Building include Verizon, Martha Stewart, Tommy Hilfiger, Clicquot Inc., Zurich American Insurance, Hugo Boss and Club Monaco. Leased office space is available in a range of sizes from as small as 5,000 square feet up to 200,000 square feet. These classic loft spaces offer both city and river views, have 13 foot high ceilings and can accommodate heavy floor loads. Located convenient to the Westside Highway, the building is a several-block walk away from subways, and the closest line is the A, C, E.
|Address:||601 West 26th Street||Class:||B|
|Cross Streets:||West 26th & 27th Streets||Size:||2,300,000 SF|
|Year built:||1930||Architect:||Russell G. Cory, Walter M. Cory, and Yasuo Matsui|