When the first segment of Manhattan’s High Line was completed, it marked a major moment in the revitalization of Tenth Avenue. Now, CookFox Architects hopes that an effort to reinvigorate a de-industrialized space will do something similar just one avenue further west.
Recently, the Manhattan-based architecture firm announced its plans to “reactivate” the Terminal Warehouse in West Chelsea, transforming the 1891 industrial building into a space for work and shopping that will keep with the building’s commercial legacy. The project, which will include both office and store spaces, looks to preserve many of the 19th-century element that lend the structure its unique sense of history.
Read the full article here: COOKFOX Unveils Verdant Redesign for New York’s Historic Terminal Warehouse