Overview

Built between 1882 and 1890 for the f.e. James Wallpaper company, the six-story brick warehouse building at 483 tenth avenue is well balanced in its restrained industrial design. The boutique loft office building is located in the hudson yards district of new york city and has 120,000 square feet of space over 6 floors.

Renovated in 2004 and again in 2010, the interior boasts exposed wood beams, brick, and technological updates including a E Class fire safety system, high speed passenger elevators, backup generator, and fiber optic wiring.

Space features include a center floor layout, views of the Hudson River and Midtown Manhattan, a renovated lobby, new elevator cabs and controls and state-of-the-art amenities. Tenants include firms concentrating on high tech, financial and marketing services as well as a professional sports organization and a specialty foods distributor.

483 Tenth Avenue is in walking distance to Chelsea, the Highline, Broadway, the Hudson River, Penn Station (Long Island Railroad, New Jersey Transit, PATH) and subway lines. The Jacob Javits Convention Center is one block west.