15 Park Row, Park Row Building
Originally part of Newspaper Row and once home to the offices of the Associated Press, the 30-story Park Row Building features turrets with copper detailing. The main facade is highly ornamented, but the other facades were left more plain.
The building underwent a $30 million renovation in 2001. Ten floors within the space remained available to rent for office space, while the upper floors were converted to residential use. The remaining commercial floors (levels 3-8 and 26-27) are currently being converted to residential use, so the building will no longer house office space for rent.
Amenities include a restored Beaux Arts lobby with 24-hour attendance. Tenants include J&R Electronics (ground floor retail), New York Career Institute and Galizter Morris attorneys. The Park Row Building is convenient to most major subway lines, including the A, C, J, M, Z, N, R, W, 2, 3, 4 and 5 trains.
|Address:||15 Park Row||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||Ann & Beekman Streets||Size:||158,424 SF|
|Year built:||1899||Architect:||Robert H. Robertson|