Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood is a popular location for creative businesses, such as architecture firms, graphic design agencies, art galleries and fashion designer labels. The area is populated with restaurants and retail stores, drawing a steady stream of foot traffic. One property that offers nearly 130,000 square feet of loft-like office space for rent in the SoHo neighborhood is 580 Broadway, a 12-story building constructed in 1900. The building is located prominently between Houston and Prince Streets.
The building at 580 Broadway is owned and managed by Broad-Prince Realty Corp. Current tenants include ABS Architects, Denise Kuriger Design, Oxygen and Sportswear International. Zara is the clothing retailer that occupies the ground floor. The Broadway-Lafayette and Bleecker Street subway stations are located nearby with access to the B, D, F, M and 6 trains, and the Prince Station provides access to the N and R trains. Express bus service is available along Broadway.
|Cross Streets:||Prince & Houston Streets||Size:||127,597 SF|