Jamestown Properties presented its plan to add 300,000 square feet on top of the Chelsea Market at a community board meting last night, according to Curbed. The scheme includes a nearly 250,000-square-foot office space addition on 10th Avenue side above the High Line and a 90,000-square-foot hotel on the Ninth Avenue side. As part of the deal, Jamestown will have to contribute more than $16 million into the High Line Improvement fund and would build public restrooms and an event space for the popular attraction.
Jamestown presents plan for 300,000-square-foot Chelsea Market addition
March 23, 2011 11:40AM