Moinian’s “Hudson Arts Building” Revealed at 220 Eleventh Avenue, in West Chelsea

Rendering of The Hudson Arts Building at 220 Eleventh Avenue - The Moinian Group / Studios ArchitectureRendering of The Hudson Arts Building at 220 Eleventh Avenue - The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

Construction kicked off this week on the Hudson Arts Building, a new office development at 220 Eleventh Avenue in West Chelsea, Manhattan. Designed by Studios Architecture and developed by The Moinian Group, the project will occupy an entire city block between 25th and 26th Streets. According to JLL, the exclusive leasing agent for the property, the Hudson Arts Building is expected to welcome tenants by 2022, and the official groundbreaking was held yesterday.

Rendering of The Hudson Arts Building at 220 Eleventh Avenue - The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

Rendering of The Hudson Arts Building at 220 Eleventh Avenue – The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

Rendering of office space within The Hudson Arts Building at 220 Eleventh Avenue - The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

Rendering of office space within The Hudson Arts Building at 220 Eleventh Avenue – The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

As revealed in the new renderings first scooped by the New York Post’s Lois Weiss, the building will rise ten stories and features a prismatic glass façade from ground floor to pinnacle. The structure supports column-free floor spans ranging from 17,500 square feet to 25,000 square feet with ceiling heights in excess of 17 feet to facilitate the flow of natural light.

Select office suites will include access to setback outdoor space, some spanning two stories, in addition to an 11,000-square-foot roof deck.

Private amenities on the ground floor include large bathing areas with showers, lockers, bicycle storage, and refill stations for bicycle tires. The ground level will also include a large retail component, which has yet to be confirmed by the project team.

Rendering of private outdoor space at The Hudson Arts Building - The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

Rendering of setback outdoor space at The Hudson Arts Building – The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

Rendering of private outdoor space at The Hudson Arts Building - The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

Rendering of inset outdoor space at The Hudson Arts Building – The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

Rendering of entryway and lobby at The Hudson Arts Building - The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

Rendering of entryway and lobby at The Hudson Arts Building – The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

Rendering of commercial lobby at The Hudson Arts Building - The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

Rendering of commercial lobby at The Hudson Arts Building – The Moinian Group / Studios Architecture

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8 Comments on "Moinian’s “Hudson Arts Building” Revealed at 220 Eleventh Avenue, in West Chelsea"

  1. Very nice. It’s just needs some height.

    • Doesn’t need, 9-10 story industrial/office building in area 25-26 street of Eleventh Avenue, is OK. Is warehouses built in early of Twentieth Century, now replacement of modern building of simular height is guaranteed our Unique lower plato of our Skyline, between Midtown and Downtown, without skyscrapers, except of very few.

      • They are lowrise warehouses in around of that area, so even 10 story office building with over 17 feet ceilings on each floor, like 18 story residential high rise!!! Why they need built that higher??? This 10 story 170-180 feet to rooftop glassy modern office building makes envelope for higher accents on skylines, never being in mountains??? Never seen natural elevation of mountain hills and highest peaks??? The most beautiful skylines or cityscapes, are not always the most tallest one. That’s why NYC Skyline overall view is considered top of fives in the World. And we are not a top of five or even top of ten in population!!! Only One WTC is still in top of ten tallest building in the World, but may loosing that place very soon in year or so!!!
        And what, tourist like to See Berlin, London, Paris, Stockholm, Vienna, not a Schenchen, and do you know why??? So NYC must be attractive for tourists and this doesn’t mean anymore to built unhealthy and unpleasant tired canyons of tall buildings!!! Palaces in Versalles or St Petergoff, or in Royal Palace in Vienna, but in NYC we may offer Statue of Liberty, Classical Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, the Natural Beauty of Central Park and amazing triumph of Capitalism in Times Square Lighting 24 hours Billboards, infamous Brooklyn Bridge, majestical buildings of Grand Central Terminal, and NYC Public Library, Battery Park, chilling WTC Memorial, and fast changing emerging Downtown Brooklyn and Jersey City skylines, tall ships in Seaport, and even free of charge Staten Island Ferry, the natural beauty of Coney Island beach and classic family amusement park with never built anymore attractions such as Deno’s Wonder Wheel and Parachute Jump Tower, miles of beaches and infamous Brighton Beach Boardwalk!!! Does Schenchen have that in one place, hell no!!!!

        • I love my hometown of Chicago BUT I adore New York City! Others must too as NYC boasts some 62 million guests per year! Its skyscrapers and architecture have much to do with these numbers – more than a million per week.

  2. How does one hand over their driver validation/parking pass to the receptionist?

  3. This is outstanding — a bright, modern design that respects its context. It should knit the Eleventh Avenue streetscape together.

  4. Commercial lobby – is the architect Studios or SOM? It is easy to copy good ideas and beautiful architecture – it’s hard work to be innovative and creative.

  5. Giorgio Righi Riva | February 17, 2020 at 12:59 pm | Reply

    from Zaha Hadid to this dull banal standard box

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