NEW YORK CITY – L&L Holding Company and Normandy Real Estate Partners has gotten the green light from the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission to embark on the restoration and revitalization of the historic Terminal Warehouse in West Chelsea.

The LPC approved proposal will transform the 1.2 million-square-foot historic Terminal Warehouse into a storage facility and workplace that hearkens back to the property’s place in New York City history. L&L and Normandy had brought in architectural firm COOKFOX to draft the redevelopment plan emphasizing restoration, authenticity, massive open floorplates and natural sunlight.

“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,” said L&L Holding Chairman and CEO David Levinson in a prepared statement.

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Mariah Brown

Mariah Brown is the New York Bureau Chief and Real Estate Reporter for, covering the New York Metro area, Northeast region and national real estate trends. She is responsible for producing multi-media content, including articles, podcasts and video. Before joining the GlobeSt team, she served as a New York Times fellow, reported for the Associated Press in New York and Philadelphia and several other New York City-based outlets.

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