60 Hudson Street, 160 West Broadway: One of Manhattan’s Leading Data Centers
The building located at 60 Hudson Street and 160 West Broadway in the Tribeca neighborhood of lower Manhattan is a telecommunications facility. The sturdy, Art Deco style masonry structure incorporates 19 different shades of brick within its facade. The lobby features elaborate brickwork, marble flooring and dramatic lighting. The structure previously served as the headquarters for Western Union and contained telephone and telegraph machinery as well as education facilities for its employees.
Today, the landmarked building serves as a carrier hotel and is occupied by over 100 companies in the telecommunications industry. Current tenants of 60 Hudson Street include Spring Communications, Qwest, Broadwing, Bell Canda, AT&T, Worldcom, TimeWarner Telecom, and GTE – Verizon. Building amenities include lobby security and 24/7 access. The building is convenient to the A, C, E, 1, 2 and 3 subway lines as well as ferry access from Battery Park City.
|Address:||60 Hudson St, 160 West Broadway||Class:||C|
|Cross Streets:||Thomas & Worth Streets||Size:||929,000 SF|
|Year built:||1930||Architect:||Ralph Thomas Walker of Voorhees, Gmelin and Walker|