The 40-story Two New York Plaza building in lower Manhattan features a striking facade design reflective of the International style, with strong vertical elements and a recessed mechanical intake at the midpoint of the tower. The lobby is clad in white marble and granite. A plaza beneath the building invites the public to linger, containing benches and a waterfall.
Two New York Plaza has been renovated to meet LEED Silver standards. Occupants of offices within the tower enjoy views of the New York Harbor. Other amenities include on-site management, day care, a coffee shop, shoe shine and a 50-car garage. Current tenants include Sullivan & Cromwell, Oppenheimer and TMP Worldwide Advertising and Communications, Inc. The building is convenient to the entrance of FDR Drive, the Staten Island Ferry and many subway lines including the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, E, J, M, Z and R trains.
|Address:||125 Broad Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||South Street Viaduct & Water Street||Size:||1,336,523 SF|
|Year built:||1970||Architect:||Carson Lundin & Shaw, Kahn & Jacobs|