Overview of 2 Gansevoort
A fully modern landmark, 2 Gansevoort (formerly 320 West 13th Street) was originally built in 1912, and later purchased and renovated by the William Kaufman Organization. Situated in the Meatpacking District, 2 Gansevoort is a nine-story loft structure with 201,000 square feet of space. The building’s prized location along the Silicon Alley corridor places it at the epicenter of New York City’s booming technology hub. Growing in both size and stature, New York City’s Silicon Alley is now a preferred site for top technology and Internet companies, including Google, eBay and Facebook.
2 Gansevoort has been fully modernized to satisfy leading-edge aesthetic trends and state-of-the-art technical standards. Renovations include a new lobby, front entrance, and canopy, designed by Fogarty Finger Architects. Other renovations include a new security desk with swipe card access management system; a new elevator mechanical modernization and an aesthetic elevator cab restoration; and a full building window replacement. Respecting the original design of the historic building, the windows from 1912 will be double hung.