Developer sees hidden value in unusual aesthetics

10/13/2004 |

Irwin Cohen has made a name for himself in New York City by purchasing old industrial properties and remaking them into multi-use buildings that glorify their original design quirks rather than pave them over. Cohen's unconventional approach has paid off, particularly in the once-desolate Chelsea neighborhood, which now is a hotbed of restaurants, stores and other businesses.

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