New York, NY 10011
Office, Retail, Conversion
75 Ninth Avenue is an eight-storey mixed use office and commercial building also known as The Chelsea Market. The building, in Manhattan's trendy Chelsea neighborhood has 62 units over a gross floor area of just over 1.1 million square feet. The 1934-vintage warehouse-style building is owned by German-backed Jamestown Properties, a national investment and management company that controls several high-profile assets in New York City, with an affiliated company based in Cologne, Germany. Jamestowns New York office is at the Chelsea Market. The address fills an entire city block bounded by Ninth and Tenth Avenues and 15th and 16th Streets. The building offers retail space as well as office space for tenants, including media and broadcasting companies such as Oxygen Network, Food Network, MLB.com, EMI Music Publishing and the local New York City cable station NY1. Google occupies some of the second, third, and fourth floors along with its subsidiary YouTube on the fifth. In 2014 Jamestown found success in allowing tenants to try out properties before signing on long-term. In one 2014 deal, the landlord allowed tenant Artists & Fleas to occupy the space for a short period of time before leasing 4,068 square feet to the firm, the Wall Street Journal reported.