161 Avenue of the Americas: Offices for Creative Tenants, Media Companies and Tech Firms
The Butterick building is located in the rapidly gentrifying neighborhood of Hudson Square, between the SoHo district and the Hudson River. The area is home to many creative businesses, art galleries, luxury condos, restaurants and retail stores. The structure originally housed the Butterick Publishing Company, founded by Ebenezer Butterick. The company published magazines on the topics of sewing patterns and fashion news. Since, the building has been renovated into office space and contains modern amenities.
Tenants of the Butterick Building include Harris Interactive, Miramax, Post Factory and several architecture firms and publishing companies. The building features new windows and bathrooms, abundant natural lighting and high speed internet access. Other amenities include a 24-hour attendant, onsite management and a newsstand. Its location is convenient to the C and E trains as well as several bus lines.
|Address:||161 Avenue of the Americas||Class:||C|
|Cross Streets:||Spring & Vandam Streets||Size:||320,000 SF|
|Year built:||1903||Architect:||Horgan & Slattery|