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.

Designed by Jardine, Hill & Murdock, the historic 26-story 401 Broadway shares much aesthetically with the Empire State Building – its contemporary Art Deco tower further to the north. Located at the northwest corner of Broadway and Walker Street in the Tribeca East Historic District, many of 401 Broadway’s loft-like offices indeed offer similarly dazzling 360-degree views. But the tower’s intricate architectural features – including its style, details, and materials – are what harken back to another era, when the Art Deco style dominated Manhattan architecture.

Today, high ceilings, extensive natural daylighting, and large windows make 401 Broadway an ideal office choice for tech, new media, fashion, and all other types of creative office tenants. Typical floor plates at 401 Broadway are 7500 square feet. A New York City landmark, 401 Broadway’s restored lobby is graciously appointed and features sweeping curves interspersed with long horizontal lines. The tower’s brick facade is also rich with detail that’s simply not found in today’s modern office towers.

Overall, 401 Broadway offers a total of 230,000 square feet of office space with easy access to the 1, 6, A/C/E, N/Q/R, and J/Z trains around the corner at Canal Street, steps away from all the amenities found in Tribeca, SoHo, and the rest of lower Manhattan.

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401 Broadway Building Details

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401 Broadway, New York, New York  
Submarket :
Certifications :
New York City Landmark  
Stories :
Square Footage :
230,000 square feet  
Owner :
ABS Partners Real Estate  
Architect :
Jardine, Hill & Murdock  
Year Built :
Notes :
Located in Tribeca East Historic District; New York City landmark.