Video> James Carpenter’s glassy Meatpacking office tower on the High Line gets newly rendered

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860 Washington. (Courtesy James Carpenter Design Associates)

860 Washington. (Courtesy James Carpenter Design Associates)

Last week, AN took a walk along the High Line to check in on all the new development happening right alongside New York City’s popular park. One of the structures we saw steadily rising was 860 Washington Street, a 10-story glass office building by James Carpenter Design Associates.

The project has been in the works since 2009 but is slated to finally welcome commercial tenants this October. With the upcoming opening, the developer has released new renderings of the project on a glossy website and a video of James Carpenter explaining his very glassy design. According to the building’s website, 860 Washington is where “glass meets green.”

Office space. (Courtesy James Carpenter Design Associates)

Office space. (Courtesy James Carpenter Design Associates)

860 Washington from the High Line. (Courtesy James Carpenter Design Associates)

860 Washington from the High Line. (Courtesy James Carpenter Design Associates)

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