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55 Broad Street

Description

55 Broad Street was designed by Emery Roth & Sons and opened in 1967. In 1995, it became the first fully wired office building in New York City, allowing tenants unprecedented connectivity. The lobby was fully renovated by Fogarty Finger in 2019.

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Information

Neighborhood

Financial District

Amenities

Street-level retail

Bike storage

Messenger center

Technology

WiredScore Certified Gold

Mass Transit

Subway: 2, 3, 4, 5, J, R, W, Z

Staten Island Ferry

NY Waterway Ferry

Retail Availabilities

Space

RSF

Rent

Description/Notes

Floorplan

Materials

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Partial Ground - Corner Space

3,444 sq.ft

$125/sq.ft.

Prime FiDi Retail available. 18' ceiling slab height. 37' frontage. Up to 8,000 SF of contiguous basement space can be made available. Potential for venting. Building retail tenants: Starbucks and Hale & Hearty.

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Floor

Partial Ground - Corner Space

RSF

3,444 sq.ft

Rent

$125/sq.ft.

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