80 Broad St. 4500 SF. Direct Lease Office Space
LISTING DETAILS FOR 80 Broad St. 4500 SF. Direct Lease Office Space
|Unit Size||4500 SQ. FT|
Modern Gem In Key Financial District Location Near All Downtown!
Space Notes: (4) Available Offices
Suite A: 2,187 sq. ft.
Suite B: 3,730 sq. ft
Suite C: 2,573 sq. ft
Suite D: 4,373 sq. ft
Each office has been configured predominately by an open layout all of which offers an outstanding range of commercial space options within Manhattan’s Financial District…
The tenth floor offers many options and layouts to choose from based on the size and needs of your company. The landlord will consider all uses. Each private space comes with polished concrete floors, glass offices, and a modern kitchen area. Three sides of windows overlooking Broad and Stone streets illuminate each unit with an enormous amount of natural light. Exposed ceilings are better known as vaulted, or cathedral ceilings add to the charm of each of these units as well. The landlord is asking for $54 per foot, which is competitive against the majority of the Class B office buildings found in this area.
The offices are located three blocks from Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. All of which is just steps away from Manhattan’s monied financial firms, advertising, publishing, entertainment and technology companies that are also found in this area.
In one of the most significant financing transactions of 2017, joint venture partners Broad Street Development (BSD) and Invesco announced they had completed a $235 million recapitalization of 80 Broad Street, a 423,000 sq.ft. Art deco office tower in the heart of Manhattans Financial District. This renovation was complete in 2007. Renovations include new two story clear glass entrance and storefronts, new concierge/security desk, new elevator mechanicals and cabs, upgraded fire/life safety and electrical systems, messenger center with new, separate freight entrance for all deliveries and new cooling tower, turnstiles. This building measured 36 stories in height and was built in 1931. Amenities include an atrium, security system, property manager on site, a bus line, and 24 hour access. The buildings facade is limestone, concrete, and masonry with a black granite base.
The Financial District, by one standard definition, is the section of Lower Manhattan roughly bounded by Chambers Street and the Brooklyn Bridge to the north and the West Side Highway on the west. The neighborhood has two faces: It is undeniably crowded during rush hour and around tourist hubs like Battery Park, the area around the National September 11 Memorial Museum, and the recently opened observatory at One World Trade Center. But the Financial District stripped of its suits is, as might be expected, quiet. Few neighborhoods in New York offer such accessibility. The Fulton Street station alone houses the 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, J, and Z subway lines. From there, an express train to Times Square is five stops 15 minutes, if not fewer. The PATH commute to New Jersey is easy as well, offering access to the World Trade Center Transportation Hub.
Fully Built Out as Standard Offices
Mostly Open Floor Plan Layout
New Operable Windows
10’6″ Finished Ceilings
All Spaces are in Excellent Condition
New Glass Storefront
Elegantly Restored Two-Story Marble Lobby with Art Deco Detail
New High-Speed Computerized Elevators
New Two Story Clear Glass Building Entrance
Excellent Building Securityrn
24 Hour / 7 Day Access
New Cooling Tower
Upgraded Fire Safety and Electrical Systems
New Security System Including Turnstiles
Property Manager on Site
Nearby Local Transit
- 4 5 at Bowling Green under 500 feet
- J Z at Broad St 0.13 miles
- R W 1 at Whitehall St-South Ferry 0.17 miles
- R W 1 at South Ferry 0.17 miles
- at Whitehall Ferry Terminal 0.19 miles
Past & Present Tenants in the Building:
One Acre Fund
Robert Allen Group
Spain-U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Young Survival Coalition
McGivney & Kluger PC