770 Broadway: Modern Office Space in Greenwich Village
The building at 770 Broadway occupies an entire city block at a prominent location along the diagonal thoroughfare in Downtown Manhattan. It is a landmarked masonry structure with arched windows along its base, and it originally housed the Wanamaker department store. Today a large K-Mart store occupies the base, but the upper floors of the building have been renovated to offer modern office space for rent.
The entry to 770 Broadway is marked by a curved translucent and steel canopy off 9th Street. The lobby was renovated in the 1950s and reflects the sentiments of that era. Floor plates offer approximately 75,000 square feet each. The building’s windows were replaced in 2000, and new air-conditioners were also installed around that time. Current tenants include Nielsen, J. Crew, AOL, and Structure Tone. The building at 770 is convenient to Astor Place and the many train lines that service the station, including the N, R, 4 and 5.
|Cross Streets:||8th & 9th Streets||Size:||1,110,581 SF|
|Year built:||1906||Architect:||D.H. Burnham & Company|