110 William Street

Built in 1957 900,000 SF Design by Sylvan & Robert Bien
110 William Street

The International style high-rise at 110 William Street features a glass facade, and it occupies the corner of William and John Streets overlooking Fulton Plaza in Lower Manhattan. The building was extensively renovated in 2000 with new elevators and corridors, and the lobby was renovated in 2007 to feature new lighting, concierge desk and turnstile with security system. Amenities include Fed Ex, Kinko’s access, on-site management, 24/7 tenant access and direct access to the Fulton Street subway station.

Current office tenants include New York Liquidation Bureau; Insurance Information Institute; Motor Vehicle Accident Indemnity Assn.; Access Intelligence; Bank of America; Economic Development Corp.; International AIDS Vaccine Initiative; N.Y.C. Dept. of Business Services; N.Y.C. Housing Corp.; Valiant Insurance; and Wilentz Goldman Spitzer. The building is convenient to South Street Seaport for shopping and dining options, and nearby transportation options include the A, C, E, 2,3,4, and 5 trains.

Address:110 William StreetClass:A
Cross Streets:John & Fulton StreetsSize:900,000 SF
Year built:1957Architect:Sylvan & Robert Bien

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