The neo-classically designed building at 40 Worth Street is also known as the Merchants Square Building. It is located at the border of the Tribeca neighborhood and Manhattan’s City Hall/Insurance District. The building was designed in 1927 by Jardine, Hill & Murdock architects.
The amenities of 40 Worth Street include USPS drop-off, free surface and covered parking spaces, and 24/7 tenant access and security. The typical floor size in the building is 38,000 square feet. Twelve passenger elevators serve its 16 floors along with two freight elevators. The building is slated to undergo renovations to the lobby, windows bathrooms and corridors. Commercial office tenants include The Gap, New York City Department of Health, The Legal Aid Society, and New York Law School. The building at 40 Worth Street is convenient to a variety of subway lines, including the A, C, E, J, N, R, Q, Z, 1, 2 and 3 trains.
|Address:||40 Worth Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||Thomas & Worth Streets||Size:||702,815 SF|
|Year built:||1927||Architect:||Jardine, Hill & Murdock|