As tenants continue to look below 34th Street for new leasing opportunities, Hudson Square continues to be a desirable destination. Many of its former printing press buildings have been adapted into unique office space desirable for the creative and technology industries. 155 Avenue of the Americas exemplifies that type of effort, which is sustainable by any definition or metric.
Built in 1929 and designed by Victor Mayper, 155 Avenue of the Americas was once known as the ADT Building. Clad in brick and fronted by an island park on its Sixth Avenue entrance, the 15-story tower features 24/7 access and security, on-site building management, an upgraded lobby, and typical office floors of 15,400 square feet.
Located at the corner of Spring Street and adjacent to all of SoHo’s attractions, 155 Avenue of the Americas also boasts ground-floor retail space and easy access to the C and E trains. Owned by Trinity Real Estate – one of Downtown’s largest property owners – 155 Avenue of the Americas earned an Energy Star award in 2011 with an impressive score of 90.
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155 Avenue of the Americas Building Details
- Submarket :
- Hudson Square
- Certifications :
- Energy Star
- Stories :
- Square Footage :
- 225,000 square feet
- Owner :
- Trinity Real Estate
- Architect :
- Victor Mayper
- Year Built :
- Notes :
- Earned Energy Star in 2011 with score of 90; notable tenants include Buddy Media, East Coast Digital, and Mindfile Multimedia