Posted by Mark J. Miller on November 7, 2011 11:55 AM
The city of New York put a heap of effort a few years a back into trying to get a stadium built on its west side over rail yards, but the effort went totally in vain. Now, finally, someone is moving in.
Coach, Inc., the leather-goods manufacturer, will be lugging its handbags and accessories just a few blocks from its current global headquarters to the new place when it is finally constructed, according to Bloomberg. Building is scheduled to get underway in the middle of next year.
Coach will fill the bottom 600,000 square feet of the 1.7 million square feet in the 51-story building and sit at the north end of The High Line, NYC's uber-cool elevated greenway constructed over a former freight train line in 2009.Continue reading...