100 Church Street is a top-notch commercial office space building for those who want to rent co-working space in NYC. Constructed in 1958, this building was designed by the renown architects Emery Roth and Sons. The building is 299 feet high and has 1,047,500 square feet available for use.
100 Church Street was purchased by New York REIT SL Green in 2010 for 181.6 million. The previous owner of this building, Sapir Organization carried out a number of renovation before selling this building. Sapir Organization also carried out the installation of 22 Swarovski Chandeliers in the lobby of this building.
This office space is located at the heart of Tribeca, between Barclay and Church which is a very ideal location for all sorts of businesses. It is located opposite the Freedom Towers project taking place in lower Manhattan, close to the new Goldman Sachs headquarters. It is ideal for those looking to rent office space in Manhattan as it is close to the Wall Street financial district and is just a block away from City Hall. Major tenants in this building include HF Management, Niche Media, The Law Department of the City of New York (which covers 372,500 square feet) and PRET.
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