|Cross Streets:||38th & 39th Streets||Size:||1,114,695 SF|
|Year built:||1950||Architect:||Kahn & Jacobs|
The office tower rising at 1407 Broadway was completed in 1950 with a design by Kahn & Jacobs. The International Style skyscraper is owned and managed by Shorenstein, and was completely renovated in 2015. Currently, the building is home to numerous high-profile office and retail tenants, from banking and financial services firms to fashion and apparel companies.
1.1 MSF of Class A Penn Station Office Space
The Midtown Manhattan building at 1407 Broadway offers 1.1 million square feet of Class A Penn Station office space across 43 stories. Owned and managed by Shorenstein, it was completely renovated in 2015, and boasts new energy efficient windows and floors plates ranging from 14,000 to 55,000 square feet. The landlord is, in some cases, open to build out the space to the tenant’s specifications.
1407 Broadway is served by 17 passenger elevators and 5 freight elevators, and features 12-foot, slab-to-slab ceilings with exquisite views of the city. The building also features a new lobby, elevators, common areas, 24/7 security and various retail storefronts.
Getting to and from 1407 Broadway
Situated between Times Square, Bryant Park, Penn Station and the Port Authority Bus Terminal, 1407 Broadway is convenient to many transportation options, including the A, B, C, D, E, F, M, N, Q, R, 1, 2, and 3 trains as well as PATH and bus service to New Jersey.
Who is renting office space at 1407 Broadway?
The massive size of 1407 Broadway allows it to house a large number of office and retail tenants, which are drawn to the building’s long list of modern amenities. Notable tenants operating their business in the tower include GoDaddy, Comcast, Breather, Geneva Watch Group, Knotel, Coldwell Banker, Rothschild, Studio West, and Apollo Jeans, among many others. There are also various dining options within the building, including Dig Inn, Luke’s Lobster, Juice Generation, Gregorys Coffee, and Abigael’s on Broadway.
How much is the rent price for office space at 1407 Broadway?
Office asking rents in Midtown Manhattan tend to come at a premium, as the average commanded in this submarket can often reach $100 per square foot. Office rents at 1407 Broadway start somewhere around $60 per square foot, but can go a lot higher, depending on the size and terms of the lease. The building’s prestigious tenant roster, on-site dining options and proximity to Penn Station make it highly appealing for office tenants of all sizes.