|Address:||100 William Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||John & Fulton Streets||Size:||442,406 SF|
|Year built:||1973||Architect:||Emery Roth & Sons, Davis, Brody & Associates|
The office tower at 100 William Street in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan was completed in 1973, with a design by Emery Roth & Sons and Davis, Brody & Associates. The building benefits from an excellent location in one of the most prestigious business clusters of New York City, and has been renovated in 2012 to meet modern standards. Nowadays, the building is home to several big-ticket tenants in financial services and law, media, healthcare, and public institutions.
422 KSF of Class A FiDi Office Space
100 William Street offers 442,406 square feet of Class A Downtown Manhattan office space across 21 stories. It also boasts 6,300 square feet of retail space, and a myriad of state-of-the-art amenities. The building, currently owned by Manulife Investment Management, offers brand new creative office spaces ranging from 2,700 square feet to full-floor opportunities of up to 21,000 square feet. Amenities at 100 William Street include a 24-hour concierge and security, a renovated modern lobby, a four-story open-air atrium, on-site parking, a fitness center, and a tenant-exclusive conference center. The building also qualifies for Lower Manhattan incentive programs.
Getting to and from 100 William Street
100 William Street benefits from an excellent location in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan, close to a plethora of shopping and dining destinations. Tenants at the office building also have access to the new Fulton Transit Center and the World Trade Center Transit Hub, serving the A, C, J, M, Z, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains.
Who is renting office space at 100 William Street?
The FiDi office tower is home to various high-profile tenants in industries like finance, law, media and healthcare. Notable tenants at 100 William Street include Axon Health, NYPIUA, Pearson VUE, Cetera Financial Group, the New York County Defender Services, Humana, Hudson Insurance Group, and Pearl Capital. Starbucks and Citibank are also located within the building.
How much is the rent price for office space at 100 William Street?
Office asking rents at 100 William Street are usually on par with the average found in the coveted Financial District, which hovers around $70 per square foot. The Lower Manhattan submarket has historically attracted big corporations in financial services and the legal sector, yet nowadays it is undergoing a transformation, as more creative tenants in sectors like tech and media are taking up office space here.