Located along the East River, south of the Brooklyn Bridge and near the South Street Seaport, 199 Water Street, also called One Seaport Plaza, is a prominent feature of the Lower Manhattan skyline. The building’s gray exterior is divided vertically into three sections by slight setbacks. Reaching a height of 34 stories, One Seaport Plaza was designed by Swanke Hayden Connell Architects in 1984. Current office tenants include AON, Legal Aid Society and US Aviation Underwriters, Inc.
The average floor plate of One Seaport Plaza offers around 35,000 square feet. The floors are served by 19 passenger elevators and two freight elevators. The lobby of the building features artwork by acclaimed artist Frank Stella. Amenities include commercial parking beneath the structure, USPS drop-off, security and 24/7 tenant access. One Seaport Plaza is convenient to a variety of transportation options, including the J, Z, 2 and 3 trains as well as access to water taxis and the heliport.
|Address:||199 Water Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||John & Fulton Streets||Size:||1,045,008 SF|
|Year built:||1984||Architect:||Swanke Hayden Connell Architects|