233 Broadway, Woolworth Building office space

Built in 1913 935,000 SF Design by Cass Gilbert
233 Broadway, Woolworth Building office space

New York City Office Rentals at The Woolworth Building

The Woolworth Building is one of the most dynamic and famous buildings of lower Manhattan’s skyline. It is also one of the oldest and tallest skyscrapers in New York City. At night, its spire glows against the sky, and during the day it stands majestically, often referred to as the “Cathedral of Commerce.” The style of its facade is unmistakably late-Gothic. The surface is articulated with flying buttresses, terra cotta ornamentation, turrets, and the building commences with a copper-covered, pyramid shaped cupola. The tower is perched atop an expansive U-shaped base, clad in limestone.

Current tenants include the US General Services Administration, the NYC Police Pension Fund, and New York University. Amenities include 24-7 building access, on-site management and USPS drop-off. The Woolworth Building is located convenient to many major subway lines, including the 2, 3, 4, 5, E, N, R, J and Z trains.

Address: 233 Broadway Class: A
Cross Streets: Park Place and Barclay Streets Size: 935,000 SF
Year built: 1913 Architect: Cass Gilbert

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