|Address:||225 Liberty Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||West & Liberty Streets||Size:||1,700,000 SF|
|Year built:||1987||Architect:||Cesar Pelli & Associates|
Part of the Brookfield Place commercial complex in Lower Manhattan, 225 Liberty Street, was completed in 1987 and renovated in 2016. It boasts a similar design to 200 Vesey Street, also part of Brookfield Place, but stands out due to its dome-shaped roof. The building was designed by Cesar Pelli & Associates and developed by Canadian company Olympia and York. The 44-story office tower is located right along the Hudson River waterfront and is home to top-class retailers, restaurants, public space, and state-of-the-art office amenities.
Class A World Trade Center Office Space
The 44-story, Class A Lower Manhattan tower offers 1.7 million square feet of World Trade Center office space and retail space. Floorplates at the 1987-built property range between 30,000 and 100,000 square feet, with amenities including covered parking, a fitness center, 24/7 access and security, best-in-class building infrastructure, and stunning views of Manhattan. The building also boasts LEED Gold certification from the USGBC for its energy-efficient features.
Tenants have access to 300,000 square feet of luxury retail and dining, including Hudson Eats, eight signature restaurants, and the Le District marketplace. There is also a Convene meeting and conference center, 800 parking spaces, electric car charging stations, a 5-acre landscaped waterfront plaza, and 250 bicycle parking spaces.
Getting to and from 225 Liberty Street
The 225 Liberty Street building is conveniently located in Lower Manhattan’s World Trade Center submarket, close to various public transportation options and a plethora of shopping and dining destinations. The property is just a short walk from the World Trade Center complex and subway/PATH station and a short walk to Liberty Park and the New York Marriott Downtown Hotel.
Who is renting office space at 225 Liberty Street?
225 Liberty Street is home to various high-profile office tenants, including Omega, Time, BNY Mellon, Hudson’s Bay Company, Commerzbank, and the Institute of Culinary Education. Retail tenants include Equinox, Olive’s, Le District, Chopt, the Tartinery, and the Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar.
How much is the rent price for office space at 225 Liberty Street?
Average asking rents at 225 Liberty Street range from $65 to $75 per square foot, depending on the terms and length of the lease. Rents at this Lower Manhattan building are significantly more advantageous than rents commanded by Class A properties in Midtown Manhattan. The FiDi and WTC submarkets are great alternatives to Midtown for quality office space, as they offer the same amenities at a more reasonable price.
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