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Landmarks Commission Signs Off on Massive Terminal Warehouse Revamp

The city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) unanimously approved the redevelopment plan for Terminal Warehouse, the historic former storage facility that L&L Holding Company and Normandy Real Estate Partners acquired in West Chelsea.

Under the proposal approved by the LPC on Tuesday, the 1.2-million-square- foot facility will be transformed into office space while preserving its circa-1891 design, which incorporated a 670-foot-long train tunnel.

“Terminal Warehouse is a remarkable building that simultaneously echoes New York City’s rich history while also speaking to West Chelsea’s modern vibrancy and unlimited potential,” said L&L Holding chairman and CEO David Levinson.

He added, “We are grateful to Community Board 4 and the Landmarks Preservation Commission for engaging with us on an adaptive reuse plan that further builds upon the more than a century-long evolution of Terminal Warehouse, while ensuring its authentic features are restored and preserved for future generations.”

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