Creative Office Space Opportunity at Redeveloped One Broadway

July 19, 2019

Scott Ansel

Market Expert

Associate, Savills Studley

New York State Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Call 212-326-8607

One Broadway has stood the test of time. Originally built in 1776, it was used by George Washington during the Revolutionary War and eventually became the Washington Hotel. In 1882 it was torn down and in 1919 it was purchased by JP Morgan and remodeled to cover over its underlying red brick façade with limestone. In May 2018, Rockwood Capital and Midtown Equities bought the landmarked building with plans to reposition it to modern office space with a $140 million investment. Through years of transformation, One Broadway’s lobby has come from saloon doors and candlesticks to crystal chandeliers, marble walkways and a state-of-the-art gym. To top it all off, tenants will have the luxury of enjoying a newly landscaped tenant-only roof deck.

One Broadway sits at the very tip of Manhattan, where Broadway, Greenwich Street and Battery Park come together. All 12 stories feature views of the New York Harbor, Ellis Island, Governor’s Island and The Statue of Liberty. Easily accessible from Brooklyn and all of Manhattan, One Broadway is ideally situated in the heart of the financial district surrounded by restaurants, bars, cafes and fitness centers.

Available for occupancy in December 2019, floors 2-10 measure ~18,500 rentable square feet and floors 11 and 12 measure ~15,000 rentable square feet. This is a unique opportunity for forward thinking creative companies to plant their flags in one of Manhattan’s most historically significant buildings. The side-core, “u-shaped” floor plates cater extremely well to tech, creative, advertising and media firms looking to maximize efficiency and capitalize on density. The floors feature exposed brick walls, large windows, low convectors and 4 sides of light.

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