Known as the New Media & Art Center and formerly the National Biscuit Building, 450 West 15th Street is located between Ninth and Tenth Avenues in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. The 8-story building was constructed in 1936 and offers commercial office space for rent.Amenities include views of the Hudson River and High Line, adjacency to Chelsea Market, tenant-controlled HVAC, and 24/7 personnel. The average floor features 12-foot high ceilings with a loft-like feel. Bays of office space are available for rent in dimensions of 25 feet by 25 feet, or 25 feet by 16 feet. As the name hints, many of the New Media & Art Center’s tenants are arts, advertising firms and production companies, including Milk Studios, Philips De Pury & Co., and House Productions. Nearby transportation options are the A, C, E and L trains at the 14th Street subway station.
|Address:||450 West 15th Street||Class:||B|
|Cross Streets:||15th & 16th Streets||Size:||306,000 SF|