Even among its glittering peers in the Times Square District, 11 Times Square stands out as a strikingly lovely building. There’s more to 11 Times Square than a premium location and gleaming glass good looks, though, as its LEED Gold Certification indicates. Everywhere in this 40-story, 1.1 million-square-foot monolith, the beauty and brains complement one another. Rising around a 600-foot concrete core — the tallest in any commercial building in Manhattan — 11 Times Square’s lack of a structural steel columns gives it both a significant, high-performance design edge and stunning panoramic views from every floor.
Form and function work in graceful concert at every level. Those full-spectrum views of the Hudson River and Times Square are seen through a high-performance glass curtain wall, naturally. 11 Times Square’s floors of Class A office space range in size from 29,914 to 41,035 square feet and offer room for nine-foot ceilings, but benefit from the state-of-the-art energy efficient mechanical and business management systems expected from a LEED Gold property.
11 Times Square is blessed with every aesthetic amenity an elite commercial building should have — from a secure second floor lobby with a 24-hour concierge to a glass rooftop atrium. But there’s a lot more to this beauty than looks. While it’s currently as dazzling a debutante as New York’s real estate scene can boast at the moment, 11 Times Square’s combination of style and smarts make it a sure bet to age with grace.
- West 42nd Street and 8th Avenue, New York, New York
- Submarket :
- Times Square
- Certifications :
- LEED-CS, Gold
- Stories :
- Square Footage :
- 1.1 million square feet; floor plates range from 30,000 to 40,000 square feet
- Owner :
- SJP Properties
- Architect :
- Year Built :
- Notes :
- First speculative office building built in Manhattan by New Jersey-based developer SJP Properties; anchor tenant is law firm Proskauer Rose; building is adjacent to Port Authority Bus Terminal and above A/C/E subway line