11 Wall Street

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Nearby Coworking Office Spaces for Rent

Type of Space Class A Class B Class C
Windowed office/person $ 2,500/mo $ 1,500/mo $ 1,000/mo
Interior office/person $ 1,500/mo $ 1,000/mo $ 700/mo

Nearby Office Spaces for Rent

Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Wall St & Broadway $ 54 1,700 $ 7,650
Wall St & Broad Street $ 45 1,300 $ 4,888
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Wall St & William Street $ 54 3,300 $ 14,850
Wall St & Broads Street $ 51 3,500 $ 14,875
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Broadway & Rector Street $ 56 17,300 $ 80,733
Wall St & Nassau Street $ 44 11,000 $ 40,493
Broadway & Exchange Pl $ 58 5,300 $ 25,616
Broadway & Pine Street $ 57 19,000 $ 90,250
Broad St & Exchange Place $ 32 5,900 $ 15,671
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11 Wall Street

Looking for office space in the Financial District of Manhattan? Look no further than the renowned 11 Wall Street office building, a towering 23-story structure. While there are currently no coworking options available, we can still assist you in securing the best deals on coworking spaces without any additional fees. The office building, located in the 10005 Zip Code area, offers an expansive 752,400 square feet of rental space with a Class-B rating. Standing since 1922, 11 Wall Street provides a range of office space options suitable for small, medium, and large businesses. If 11 Wall Street doesn't meet your requirements, we also have lease and sublease options available in nearby office buildings.

11 Wall Street Property Overview

Bulding Address: 11 Wall St
Bulding Name: New York Stock Exchange
Building Alternate address(es): 11 Wall St
Zip Code:10005
Neighborhood:Financial District
Borough:Manhattan
Stories:23
Year Built:1922
Building Class:B

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Nearby Office Tenants Leased
  • Claremont Preparatory School leased 100,000 SF at 41 Broad St
  • Phoenix Constructors leased 55,000 SF at 100 Broadway
  • Fundtech leased 26,206 SF at 140 Broadway
  • New York Cares leased 18,000 SF at 65 Broadway
  • Vocational Foundation Inc. leased 16,672 SF at 52 Broadway
  • The Louis Berger Group Inc. leased 13,650 SF at 48 Wall St
  • MCIC Vermont leased 13,100 SF at 14 Wall St
  • Community Resource Exchange leased 10,000 SF at 42 Broadway
  • E2 Consulting Group leased 9,030 SF at 30 Broad St
  • Plus Three LP leased 7,420 SF at 50 Broadway
  • The Standard Register Company leased 7,000 SF at 55 Broadway
  • Platinum Properties leased 4,327 SF at 30 Wall St
  • The Judge Group leased 4,269 SF at 40 Wall St
  • A.B. Watley leased 4,000 SF at 50 Broad St
  • SmartAsset leased 2,932 SF at 44 Wall St
  • VAGA leased 2,851 SF at 111 Broadway
  • Drabkin & Margulies leased 2,828 SF at 120 Broadway
  • Atlantis Worldwide leased 2,765 SF at 61 Broadway
  • Health Concept Partners leased 2,734 SF at 40 Broad St

Nearby Retail Tenants Leased
  • Life Time leased 74,000 SF at 1 Wall Street
  • Duane Reade leased 23,310 SF at 40 Wall St
  • City Sports leased 17,000 SF at 50 Broadway
  • The Capital Grille leased 16,500 SF at 120 Broadway
  • Commerce Bank leased 14,314 SF at 2 Wall St
  • 65 Market Place leased 11,756 SF at 65 Broadway
  • Hickey Freeman leased 4,000 SF at 111 Broadway
  • Indochino leased 2,819 SF at 25 Broad Street
  • My.Suit leased 2,500 SF at 30 Broad St
  • European Wax Center leased 2,206 SF at 71 Broadway
  • FedEx leased 1,923 SF at 55 Broadway
  • Duane Reade leased 1,888 SF at 100 Broadway
  • True Religion Jeans leased 600 SF at 14 Wall St
  • Sterling National Bank leased 0 SF at 42 Broadway
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