Located at the corner of 58th Street in Manhattan’s Columbus Circle, 1790 Broadway is a marble-clad structure designed by Carrere & Hastings in 1911. It stands out for its slightly rounded corner. The U.S. Rubber Company commissioned the building, but now it serves as commercial office space for a variety of institutions and professionals. The building has been restored by Richard Rice Architects, including the lobby ornamentation as well as elevator systems.
Amenities at 1790 Broadway include USPS drop-off, 24/7 security, on-site management and concierge service. The average floor size is 11,000 square feet. Current tenants include Columbia and Fordham Universities. The building’s Columbus Circle location allows tenants easy access to many major subway lines, including the A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, N and R trains.
|Cross Streets:||58th & 59th Streets||Size:||219,000 SF|
|Year built:||1912||Architect:||Carrere & Hastings|