The Building


The Terminal Warehouse contains over one million square feet of rentable space and it occupies the entire block bounded by Eleventh Avenue, Twelfth Avenue (the West Side Highway), West 28th Street, and West 27th Street in the Chelsea and Hudson Yards areas of Manhattan. The building ranges in height from seven to nine stories and contains one basement level. 

Seven of the buildings are red brick, nine stories high and constructed of reinforced concrete and steel floors. The balance of the buildings are seven stories and are of red brick and mill construction. The mill construction consists of heavy timber construction of 16" solid southern pine beams with 3" x 12" joists and 1" tongue and groove flooring.

The Property has been substantially improved and renovated over the past decade, and demand for space within the Property for offices, retail, showrooms, event space, eateries, high-end distribution galleries has followed.



The Terminal Warehouse was constructed in 1891 as a warehouse building. Originally, railroad tracks ran through the center of the ground floor, from Twelfth Avenue to Eleventh Avenue. Today, this space serves as a highly attractive arcade, known as the Tunnel. With entrances on both avenues, the Tunnel is lined with restaurants, galleries, showrooms, offices, and other tenant spaces along each side. The Tunnel is also available for rent for special events.

The Property contains a wide variety of other tenant spaces with features such as high ceilings (ranging from 9 to 20 feet) and distinctive architectural details (such as oversized arch windows and exposed brick walls).

The above-grade floors of the building offer tenants unobstructed views of the Hudson River and Hudson River Park to the west and city skyline views to the north, east, and south. In addition, the Property has 41 loading docks available for tenant use.