513 West 26th Street
SF: 5000 - Chelsea Space
Approx. SF: 5000
Neighborhood: Chelsea/High line
An Awesome and rare opportunity to showcase your brand on one of most-sought after commercial Manhattan hub. Steps to the most prominent World Art Galleries, The HighLine, Piers, Hudson River, restaurants...
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This impressive 5000 square foot ground floor space boasts 25 feet of glass curtain wall frontage, maximizing your exposure to the highline walkway directly adjacent to this property. Designed by Murdock Young Architects, the space flows beautifully from gallery to gallery and boasts polished poured concrete floors (with brass concealed floor receptacles throughout), floating stairs, glass curtain walls and tranquil corners for reflection.
With soaring 16 foot ceilings, one enters the space walking into a bright, 25’ x 25’ front room; a receptionist station with gallery catalog display is to the visitor’s left.
Gracious 9’ wide stairs lead one past a 11’ x 14’ soundproof glass office with built in filing and storage to the main exhibition space. Fully integrated, dual temperature, adjustable lighting system gives display unlimited possibilities throughout the entire space. All walls throughout the space are constructed with 3/4” plywood overlaid with ½” drywall. State of the art self-contained and fully integrated HVAC system with moisture control vents to all spaces. Moving through the main 24’ x 75’ open space, one comes to a vintage Chicago brick back wall, soaring two stories to vintage inspired skylights. Move down the stainless steel and concreate floating staircase to encounter a third exhibition space measuring 24’ x 75’ and boasting airy 11-foot ceiling heights. A line of three spacious glass walled offices and concealed storage spaces run on the east side of the property. Finally, moving south the through the gallery, a sliding concealed door leads to a vast storage racks area, a kitchen complete with dishwasher and refrigerator, and a private bathroom (and more storage). Moving back out into the exhibition space, one can walk up another flight of stairs to the reception area.