Buildings

Here at BMO, we’re building a database of the best office buildings in Manhattan. From new construction to Class A trophy and boutique office towers, our goal is to become the web’s leading resource on commercial real estate in Manhattan. Check back frequently as this database is updated regularly with new buildings. And be sure to use our blog as a resource on sales, leases, and other high-profile transactions of interest.

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  • 401 Broadway
  • Built in 1929, the landmarked, Art Deco-style 401 Broadway offers tenants from all types of industries loft-like, Class B office space in Lower Manhattan's Tribeca East Historic District.
  • 401 Broadway, New York, New York
  • 10 Hudson Square
  • The 12-story, 350,000-square-foot 10 Hudson Square is part of Trinity Real Estate's extensive - and high performing - commercial real estate portfolio in the Hudson Square submarket, which traces its roots back to the late 17th century when the area was nothing more than farmland.
  • 160 Varick Street, New York, New York
  • 3 Columbus Circle
  • Originally designed by Shreve, Lamb and Harmon - best known as the architects of the Empire State Building - and the home of General Motors until 1968, Three Columbus Circle's recent $90 million facelift - and accompanying LEED application to USGBC - is positioning the historic tower as one of Midtown's best-performing green buildings, just steps away from Central Park.
  • 3 Columbus Circle, New York, New York
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