Monday May 20, 2024

233 Broadway | The Woolworth Building

“The Cathedral of Commerce”

233 Broadway The Woolworth Building can be found on Broadway between Park Place & Barclay Street opposite City Hall Park, a Landmark Property since 1966. This commercial high-rise can directly benefit your business in providing a professional landmark atmosphere, moreover the building features a number of available office units within that may qualify for the Lower Manhattan Commercial Revitalization Plan.

In comparison with other Landmark Buildings such as the the Flatiron Building and Empire State Building this property is an overlooked treasure whose architecture details from the materials and craftsmanship to the design come from a bygone era of artisan artistry.

Currently known for small and large law firms and professional services, today many new tech companies and architectural firms now call 233 home or have recently moved in. Its attracted new media firms and design studios as well who have been drawn in by reputable tenants such as SHoP which only validates the value of property.

A mixed use building the upper portion of which now contains residential condos while the middle to lower half only contains Class A office space. Whats also been a key feature of the building is it’s large floor plates which allows companies to perform big complex projects through the use of open planning and more importantly multiple conference rooms for the dozens of staff working collaboratively today!

This building has outstanding Gothic architecture coupled by a world renown lobby all of which helps to blend together an image and standard not commonly found today in Manhattan’s modern spartan boxed designed skyscrapers.

For more information on 233 Broadway, contact us and one of our brokers can provide you with all the details needed including price, floor plans, photos, and insight into the area and the comparable options.

What this Office Building can Offer You:

  • Iconic Landmark Building
  • Corner Property (windows on three sides)
  • Steps from City Hall, City Hall Park

Floors: 57, 59, 60 – Stories Tall – 792 Ft / 241.4 meters Tall
Property Type: Skyscraper
Location: Financial District / Zip Code 10279
Total Building Size: 851,351 – 935,633 SF.
Lot Size: 29,621 SF.
Year Built: 1910 – 1912, 1913
Architect: Cass Gilbert
Building Class: A
Price: Buildings in this range and location today are averaging rents between $65 to $75 PSF.

Building Features:
• Below Market Pricing
• Uniformed Concierge / Security
• 24 / 7 Building Access
• On-site Building Management
• Tenant-controlled Air Conditioning
• LEED Certification
• Freight Elevator
• Common Bike Storage
• Great Views of Cityhall Park
• Large Open Area with Spacious Staff Accommodation
• Corporate Identity Available in Reception and off elevator

Property Details
As with most commercial buildings today in Manhattan the landlord offers two types of offices; pre-built and raw – of which both are readily available throughout the year. Pre-built offices come in efficient layouts which were planned and built either by the landlord or a former tenant of the space, in either case the office may also offer phones & furniture as part of the lease – though this is usually upon request by you the tenant. This type of option usually is applied to those who are leasing office space less than 5 years – though with a minimum term of 3 years paint and carpets can be refreshed.

Otherwise a commercial unit will be demolished and will await your architectural plans for the layout to be installed – by this option you gain the ability to custom design your own space which is a great benefit for those who wish to lease with a longer term usually ranging excess of 5+ years; the Landlord in this case will pay for an architect to assist with space design and then construct a high-quality modern office for your business.

This property does offer a block of contiguous space measuring in at 56,196 SF which is available for lease; making for a one of a kind showcase opportunity! Whether large or small each unit within features operable windows and nightly office cleaning services.

The building does contain a bike room for those who commute green – otherwise this are of the city has excellent access to public transportation.

Who owns the Woolworth Building? Today the Witkoff Group, Cammeby’s International, and Alchemy Properties possess the property. Noteworthy buildings near the Woolworth include; 45 Broadway, 55 Water Street, and 39 Broadway

Impressive tenant roster includes:

There are numerous tenants who do and have called 233 Broadway home…

Allied Advertising Public Relations
Allied Integrated Marketing
Allied Experiential (13th Floor)
ARC Reit
Art Net / Artnet Worldwide Corporation
Body Harmony Physical Therapy
Brecher Fishman Pasternack Heller Walsh & Tilker
Ceasar Napoli
Columbia Records
DeHeng Chen Chan
Harlequin Books
Howard Burns
Joseph Altuzarra
Kempler Energy
Irving National Exchange Bank
Korin Japanese Trading
LoMa OBGYN (27th Floor)
Mark M. Basichas & Associates, P.C.
New York University (NYU School Of Continuing And Professional Studies)
Portware LLC
Remedy Pharmaceuticals
SCB & Associates
Seaport Orthopedic Associates
SHoP Architects (21st Floor)
The End Records
Vera Institute of Justice
WaterAid America
Weill Cornell Medicine (27th Floor)

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The Woolworth Building
Near By Transportation

R Train to City Hall, walk south 3-4 blocks on Broadway
Near Fulton Street Hub (A, C, 2, 3, 4, 5)
Near 1, 4, 5, R, J, Z trains, Express buses

Notable Buildings in the Area

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