One New York Plaza is a classically modernist, 50-story tower with an extension of 20 stories, rising from a two-level landscaped plaza and containing 2.6 million square feet of prime, highly flexible office space.
Typical tower floors contain 45,000 square feet and typical base floors contain 68,000 square feet around the central core of the building. The floors have large column-free expanses providing tenants with virtually complete flexibility in designing interior layouts. The corners of the building are deeply notched, enabling the installation of up to eight corner offices on each floor instead of the customary four.
Located at the southern tip of Manhattan, One New York Plaza offers immediate proximity to both the financial district and the city's newest, most vibrant cultural center. Within easy walking distance are The New York Stock Exchange, City Hall, The World Financial Centers, South Street Seaport, Battery Park City and numerous landmarks of commercial, cultural and historical significance.
- Numerous local and regional bus lines; South Ferry, Whitehall , Bowling Green and Broad Street subway lines; Liberty Island, Governors Island and Staten Island ferries
- Over 39 million people enter and exit the trade area via mass transit
- Bowling Green Greenmarket, Stone Street Dining District, Castle Clinton National Park, NYC Police Museum
- Over 4 million tourists visit the trade area annually
- Steps away from 13 local subway lines, ferry and heliport transportation
- Newly designed and renovated lobby
- Retail concourse includes restaurants, shopping, and gym
- Redundant telecommunications: fiber loop and high-speed Internet access
- Eight corner offices per floor
- Underground parking
- William Lescaze & Associates (original)
- William Leggio (renovations)
- Sidney W. Barbanel (original)
- WB Engineering (renovation)
Completion Date: 1970; Plaza and lobby renovated in 1994
Building Height: 50 Stories
Generally 65 pounds live load per square foot, with allowances of 20 pounds per square foot for partitions and 5 pounds per square foot for ceiling and suspended load.
Rentable Area: Approximately 2,587,000 SF
Typical Floor Area
Typical base floors (Floors 3- 20) ( 19 & 20 are mechanical floors) are approximately 68,000 square feet; tower floors (Floors 21 -50) are approximately 45,000 square feet. The corners of the Building are deeply notched, enabling the
installation of up to eight corner offices on each floor, instead of the usual four.