Sited between John and Platt Streets in Lower Manhattan’s City Hall/Insurance District, 116 John Street is a 35-story commercial office tower designed by Charles Glaser and Louis Allen Abramson in 1931. The design reflects the Art Deco style, including its black marble lobby. Tenants of 116 John Street range from non-profits, advertising agencies and law firms, among other companies. The offices within the building provide dramatic views of the harbor and skyline.
Current tenants of 116 John Street include the American Lung Association, New York City Marshal, Mercury Staffing, Lane Office Furniture, and Adnet Advertising Agency. The building offers approximately 350,000 square feet of rentable office space, which is served by four elevators. Located near South Street Seaport,116 John Street offers convenient access to ferries, heliports, the Brooklyn Bridge and the FDR, as well as many subway lines, including the A, C, J, Z, 2, and 3 trains.
|Address:||116 John Street||Class:||B|
|Cross Streets:||Platt & John Streets||Size:||342,000 SF|
|Year built:||1931||Architect:||Charles Glaser, Louis Allen Abramson|