|Address:||388-390 Greenwich Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||West & Greenwich Streets||Size:||2,700,000 SF|
The office tower rising at 388 Greenwich Street was designed by KPF and completed in 1989. Along with the eight-story, 1987-built property at 390 Greenwich Street, it forms an office complex owned and occupied by Citibank. The complex was previously known as Shearson Lehman Plaza and the Travelers Building. Nowadays, it serves as the global headquarters for Citi.
388-390 Greenwich Street was sold by Citigroup in 2007 to SL Green, although the company continued to occupy space in the buildings. In 2016, the bank repurchased the property from SL Green for a price tag of $513 million.
2.7 MSF of Class A Tribeca Office Space
The 388-390 Greenwich Street complex features more than 2.7 million square feet of Class A Tribeca office space. In 2018, the buildings were renovated, and a new glass curtain wall was installed, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Gensler renovated the interiors of the two office buildings.
Amenities at 388-390 Greenwich include a fitness center, full-service dining facilities, a medical center, a daycare center, a conference and event center, and an outdoor park. The property is also one of only a few in New York City to feature double-deck elevators.
Getting to and from 388-390 Greenwich Street
The office complex at 388-390 Greenwich Street is located along the Hudson River in the bustling Tribeca submarket of Midtown South. Tenants working in the buildings have easy access to a plethora of dining and lunch options. They also have easy access to public transit, with several bus stops nearby.
Who is renting office space at 388-390 Greenwich Street?
388-390 Greenwich Street is fully occupied by its owner, Citibank. The tower at 388 Greenwich features a Starbucks on the ground floor.
How much is the rent price for office space at 388-390 Greenwich Street?
Citibank fully occupies the complex at 388-390 Greenwich Street, so there is no office space currently available for lease in the two buildings.
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