101 Greenwich Street, a mid-rise office tower providing commercial space in Downtown Manhattan.

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Total Floors: 26

Available: 487-17,547 SF

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Address: 101 Greenwich Street Class: A
Cross Streets: Greenwich Street, Trinity Place Size: 476,000 SF
Year built: 1927 Architect: Clinton & Russell

The United States Express Company’s former home, 101 Greenwich, is now a modern, amenity-rich office destination fit for TAMI tenants. The building was completed in 1927 and was formerly known as Wall Street Plaza West, the Electric Bond & Share Company Building, and Two Rector Street. It was completely renovated in 2019. The Beaux-Arts property was designed by renowned architects Clinton & Russell and redesigned by Montroy DeMarco Architecture LLP (MDA).

476 KSF of Class A World Trade Center Office Space

101 Greenwich offers 476,000 square feet of Class A World Trade Center office space across 26 floors. Owned by Cove Property Group and Bentall Kennedy, the property includes 10,000 square feet of retail and underwent a $75 million makeover in 2019. Following the extensive renovation effort spearheaded by MDA, the building was upgraded from Class B to Class A office space and awarded LEED Silver certification for its energy-efficient features.

Amenities at the Downtown Manhattan building include a renovated lobby and new elevators, bathrooms, common areas, and building systems. Those working in the building have access to tenant lounges, conferencing services, a bike-friendly storage room, and more. Floor sizes range from 3,000 to 19,000 square feet, and the landlord is also offering pre-built options. Tenants have access to 101 Greenwich via 24/7 security turnstiles and guards.

Getting to and from 101 Greenwich Street

101 Greenwich Street benefits from an excellent location in the heart of Lower Manhattan between Rector and Greenwich streets. Tenants at the Class A building are just minutes away from Fulton Center, PATH Trains, downtown Brooklyn, and just a 10-minute subway ride to Grand Central Station. What’s more, the location offers easy access to a plethora of shopping, dining, and leisure destinations, including Eataly, Trinity Place, Le District, and Oculus.

Who is renting office space at 101 Greenwich Street?

Cove Property Group’s redevelopment was meant to turn 101 Greenwich into a destination for TAMI (technology, advertising, media, and information) companies, as well as tenants in financial services and hospitality. Notable tenants currently occupying office space in the building include Convene, JStor, Delta Partners, Intrade, and Oculus.

How much is the rent price for office space at 101 Greenwich Street?

Office asking rents in Lower Manhattan can hover from $50 to $80 per square foot for Class A spaces. The World Trade Center submarket offers quality office space in one of the most prestigious business submarkets in New York City, close to governmental institutions, large financial complexes, retail destinations, and public transportation. 101 Greenwich is an excellent choice for TAMI companies and startups looking for a well-connected location and top-notch amenities.

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Building Location & Nearby Public Transportation

Nearby Transportation


Wall Street (23456J) - 2 minutes Walk
Bowling Green (456) - 5 minutes Walk
Fulton Street (236ACGJMZ) - 8 minutes Walk
Rector Street (1NR) - 1 minute Walk
WTC Cortlandt - 8 minutes Walk
World Trade Center (E) - 8 minutes Walk
Cortlandt Street (1NR) - 3 minutes Walk
Whitehall Street–South Ferry - 7 minutes Walk
Broad Street (JMZ) - 4 minutes Walk


Trinity Place/Thames Street - 1 minute Walk
Trinity Place/Rector Street - 1 minute Walk
Trinity Place/Exchange Alley - 1 minute Walk
Church Street/Cortland Street - 6 minutes Walk
Church Street/Liberty Street - 4 minutes Walk
Broadway/Vesey Street - 8 minutes Walk

Important Information

Listings are presented for illustrative purposes only; they may no longer be available and are provided merely as an exemplary representation of the types of spaces in a given neighborhood for a given price.