Located centrally in Midtown Manhattan, 1412 Broadway is a 25-story office building designed by architects George and Edward Blum. The building, which is clad in brick, aluminum and terra cotta, recently underwent a multi-million dollar restoration. The renovations of 1412 Broadway include an upgraded facade, a new entry, and updated elevators, mechanical, communications and life safety systems.Since 1412 Broadway features a number of setbacks in its form, it provides a wide range of sizes for interior office spaces. These layouts can comfortably accommodate small or medium-sized companies, as well as larger corporations on lower floors. Tenants range from financial service firms to those in creative fields such as advertising, fashion and publishing. Current tenants include Escada USA, Jones N.Y., One Step Up Ltd., Securitas Security Services, and FYC International. Amenities include 24/7 tenant access, a lobby concierge, and several restaurants located within the building. Located near Times Square, 1412 Broadway is convenient to many subway lines including the B, D, F, M, N, Q, R, 1, 2, 3 and 7 trains.
|Cross Streets:||39th & 40th Streets||Size:||400,000 SF|
|Year built:||1927||Architect:||George & Edward Blum|