Alf Naman Development pursues innovative approaches to supporting the arts and artists in addition to working with leading architects and designers in the development of design-driven residential and commercial projects. From 2006 to 2012, the company created heavily subsidized studio and gallery space in an underutilized industrial building in West Chelsea. Soon the building gained recognition as home to Honey Space, an independent exhibition venue for contemporary artists. In 2010, the firm partnered with Building Fashion to sponsor a series of pop-up exhibitions in HL23’s sales tin, which focused on the intersection of architecture and fashion. In the midst of the rise of residential development in West Chelsea, Alf Naman Development focuses its efforts on helping to preserve and create large-scale gallery spaces.