28 Liberty Street | One Chase Manhattan Plaza
Over 1 million sq. ft. of virtually column-free space now available, supported by enhanced infrastructure and tenant generator service.
The downtown skyscraper known once before as One Manhattan Plaza now stands topday as 28 Liberty. The commercial property offers over 1 million sq. ft. of virtually column-free commercial space that is coupled with enhancements to infrastructure and power supply. Situated in Manhattan’s Financial District the office building stands 60-stories tall or 813 feet high and enjoys sweeping views from its upper floors. The building is situated between Liberty, Pine, Nassau, and William Streets in Manhattan’s Financial District. The property contains 60 floors standing in at 813 Feet tall and is footed by 5 subterranean floors. Built in the 1960s International Design style the building takes details from the Inland Steel Building in Chicago; today the property is undergoing renovations commissioned by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) in remodeling the building and its 2.5-acre plaza
Originally One Chase Manhattan Plaza, 28 Liberty was designed by renowned architect Gordon Bunshaft, and was once the headquarters of Chase Manhattan Bank.
The changes slated for the property have been approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) and will allow for three glass pavilions on the site which will give focus to the entrance from the plaza while giving access to the retail corridor below ground. The property is also going to update and reclaim some of the tower’s original architectural details which have faded or worked away with time – this effort is coupled by 290,000 SF. of renovated retail space which will occupy the basement of the building.
Today the office tower stands as a stainless steel facade accented by black spandrel windows. The building offers direct access from the Wall Street 2 & 3 Subway line at the lobby while the 4 & 5 trains can be reached at Wall Street itself. Nearby at Broad Street the J & Z trains service the area all of which is steps away from the building property.
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What this Building Can Offers Its Tenants:
- Landmark Property (2008)
- Headquarter Opportunity
- $160 Million Dollar Improvement Program / Property Renovations
Floors: 60 Stories / 813 Feet
Property Type: Skyscraper
Location: Financial District / Zip Code 10005-1401
Total Building Size: 820,100 SF.
Year Built: 1957 to 1961
Building Class: A
Price: Buildings in this range and location today are averaging rents between $60 to $90 PSF. (retail $400 PSF.)
• Concierge / Security 24/7 Service
• Management On-Premises
• Class A Office Space
Back in 2008 the New York Landmarks Preservation Commission classified One Chase Manhattan Plaza a landmark. The building was sold afterwards a few years later for $725 million by Chase to Fosun a Chinese investment firm. The firm renamed the property to One Chase Manhattan to 28 Liberty Street back in 2015. The building’s location in the center of Lower Manhattan gives tenants the visibility of an iconic destination with the added advantage of nearby transportation options and neighborhood amenities. Aside from selling office space Fosun has also finalized details on a 50,000 square foot multi-screen cinema complex within the building – called the Alamo Draft House. In total the capital improvements applied to the property has helped to transform the building by mainly improving original features and therefore staging it as a top commercial haven for business owners.
At the entrance a transparent tunnel will be installed at the intersection of Nassau and Liberty Streets and will feature a glass-clad elevator shaft through the entire 58-foot, four-level retail section (ground to lower level three).
Don’t overlook lower Manhattan which still stands as a historic bridge to our shared heritage while serving as a gateway to tomorrow’s future in New York City.
Tenants who have called or now call this Building home include:
Alamo Drafthouse (Below Ground Theater)
Allianz (38th Floor)
Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty
Apex Clearing (30th Floor; 4,244 SF.)
Assurant (41st Floor)
Broadway Technology (50th Floor; 25,000 SF.)
Clausen Miller (39th Floor)
Danny Meyer Restaurant (60th Floor)
Fireman’s Fund Insurance (37th Floor)
Fitapelli & Schafer (30th Floor)
Hawkins, Delafield & Wood (42nd Floor)
Inventure Partners (50th Floor)
Ironshore Inc. (4th Floor)
Little Cupcake Bake Shop
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy
New York State Attorney General’s office (13th to 21st Floors)
Perform Media Group (30th Floor)
Serendipity Labs / partnered with UrWork (16th Floor)
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