120 Broadway Office Spaces For Lease

Direct Office Spaces for Rent

Sublease Office Spaces for Rent

$ / SF SF Space Notes
$ / SF SF Space Notes
$ / SF SF Space Notes
Negotiable 6,000 Inquire
# People $/Person
1-3 $2,000
4-8 $1,700
9-50+ $1,250
Enterprise $/Person
10-20 People -
Luxury- Top Building -
Medium – Good Buildings $1,300 -
Economy Loft buildings -
21-50 People -
Luxury- Top Building -
Medium – Good Buildings $1,150 -
Economy Loft buildings -
51-100 People -
Luxury- Top Building -
Medium – Good Buildings $ 950 -
Economy Loft buildings -

Nearby Office Spaces for Rent

Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Broadway & Pine Street and Cedar Street Negotiable 2,100 Negotiable
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Broadway & Pine Street and Cedar Street Negotiable 3,000 Negotiable
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Broadway & Pine Street and Cedar Street Negotiable 5,600 Negotiable

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Lease Office 120 Broadway

Relevant Market Data for 120 Broadway

You can rent lease or sublease offices at 120 Broadway , also known as the Equitable Building . There are small, medium, and large office spaces that are available. 120 Broadway is a 40 story office building. 120 Broadway is a historical and prestigious Class A office building. The Equitable Building was completed in 1915 and was soon surrounded by some of New York City’s most connected transportation hubs. Commute convenience is gained because 120 Broadway is within walking distance to the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, N, Q, R and J train lines. 120 Broadway rent office was $59.36 per square foot in 2018, and rose to $64.00 in 2019. The increase in price is due to both market trends, and the 50 million dollar renovation 120 Broadway underwent.

Building History

When considering the Equitable Building for lease, the history of the building serves as a testament to a changing New York City. The Equitable Building, as it stands today, was proposed after the destruction of the previous Equitable Life Insurance’s headquarters. The reconstruction of the headquarters at 120 Broadway spanned the entire block and was outfitted with a bronze and terracotta clad facade in a neoclassical renaissance style. With its completion the surrounding buildings were cast in a massive shadow spurring a controversy on city zoning regulations. Today, with the Equitable Building for lease, the Equitable Building serves as a testament to a past in American history where extravagance in size and luxury were symbols of virtue.

Office Tenants Rented / Leased 120 Broadway
  • Mediaocean leased 51,000 SF
  • Brennan Center for Justice leased 9,435 SF
  • Matthews Nielsen Landscaping Architects leased 7,350 SF
  • Emmet Marvin & Martin leased 53,000 SF
  • Vericlaim leased 10,291 SF
  • Brennan Center for Justice leased 25,500 SF
  • Partnership for After School Education leased 8,357 SF

Retail Tenants at 120 Broadway
  • The Capital Grille leased 16,500 SF

120 Broadway Property Overview

Bulding Address: 120 Broadway
Bulding Name: Equitable Building
Building Alternate address(es): 120 Broadway
Zip Code:10271
Neighborhood:Financial District
Borough:Manhattan
Stories:41
Year Built:1915
Building Class:A
Block & lot:00047-7501

Public Transportation

Time and Distance from 120 Broadway New York, NY 10271
Transit / Subway Distance Walk
Wall Street (4,5 Line) Transit Stop 0.1 mi 3 min
Broad Street Transit Stop (J, M, Z) 0.1 mi 4 min
Fulton Street (4,5 Line) Transit Stop 0.1 mi 3 min
Cortlandt Street (R Line) Transit Stop 0.2 mi 4 min
Rector Street (N,R Line) Transit Stop 0.2 mi 4 min

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Office Rent 120 Broadway Average

Year $ / SF
2018 59.36
2019 64.0
Year $ / SF
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