About the building
Starrett-Lehigh, a 2.3 million-square-foot workplace destination, is home to influential companies across fashion, entertainment, media, architecture, design, and technology. As an anchor of Manhattan’s west side for nearly 100 years, the building serves as the professional and cultural hub at the center of the Meatpacking District’s retail and lifestyle growth, the commercial expansion of Hudson Yards, and the residential development in Chelsea and the surrounding neighborhoods.
The property is currently undergoing a major repositioning that includes robust amenity and transportation upgrades to satisfy tenant demand and align with the evolution of the workplace as it pertains to health, wellness, and other factors that drive productivity. The vertical campus will offer up to 75,000 square-feet of amenities including an onsite private fitness center and wellness curriculum, an outdoor terrace and event space with Hudson River views, an indoor culinary collective, a restaurant by Marcus Samuelsson, event and flex spaces for work conferencing and social utilization, and improved accessibility for commuters.
We look forward to welcoming you to Starrett-Lehigh.
A 10,000 SF rooftop terrace on the 10th floor is accessible for tenants. The rooftop terrace is activated throughout the year for daily lunch hours, seasonal urban beekeeping and gardening and SL Fitness rooftop classes such as yoga and meditation.
Take your performance to the next level in our on-site state-of-the-art fitness center. Train under the guidance of one of our onsite coaches, or on your own.
Talent draws talent. The allure of great design and soaring open space makes Starrett-Lehigh a magnet for creative forces. From Fortune 500 companies to category-disrupting leaders, the companies making the biggest difference make their home here.
EVENT & FLEX SPACE
Event and flex spaces located on the ground floor of the building are poised to deliver high-end and creative activations.
DID YOU KNOW?
Curtain Wall Designed Windows
One of The Largest Building Footprints in NYC
Built in 1931 as a Transportation & Distribution Center
Truck Elevators from Lehigh Valley Railroad