|Cross Streets:||Broadway & Chambers Street||Size:||94,000 SF|
|Year built:||1900||Architect:||Cass Gilbert|
The office building located at 277 Broadway in Downtown Manhattan was constructed in 1900. It was the first building in the city to be designed by renowned architect Cass Gilbert, who later went on to design iconic properties like the Woolworth Building. The Beaux-Arts-style building is also known as the Broadway Chambers Building. Since it was architecturally significant at the time of construction, an exhibition was created surrounding the construction process, showcased at the Paris Exposition of 1900. The property was designated a New York City Landmark in 1992. Nowadays, it is home to various office tenants looking for quality, modern office space in an architecturally significant building in a great Manhattan location.
94 KSF of Class B City Hall Office Space
The office property at 277 Broadway features close to 94,000 square feet of Class B City Hall office space for rent. The building, completed in 1900, is currently owned and managed by Feldman Realty Group. The 18-story building provides tenants with easy access to public transportation, 24/7 access, modern building infrastructure, an elegant lobby, and access to all the courts and legal institutions in the City Hall submarket of Lower Manhattan.
Getting to and from 277 Broadway
The Broadway Chambers Building is located just northwest of New York City Hall and City Hall Park and west of the Civic Center. The building provides immediate access to all the government institutions and courts in the City Hall submarket. It connects tenants to various public transportation options via the City Hall subway station serving the R and W lines.
Who is renting office space at 277 Broadway?
Given its location in the heart of the City Hall submarket, 277 Broadway is an ideal destination for legal firms and private legal professionals who need to be close to courthouses and City Hall. Notable tenants at the Broadway Chambers Building include Walsh and Tsempelis, Scape, The Turett Collaborative, Labo Design Studio, The Britto Agency, TenantsPAC, and Concept Artists.
How much is the rent price for office space at 277 Broadway?
Office asking rents at 277 Broadway are roughly on par with the average rent commanded in the City Hall area. Asking rents at this Lower Manhattan building start at $55 per square foot, but they may vary depending on the lease terms.
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