195 Broadway is exceptionally well positioned to capture the benefits of the transformative near-term improvements in the immediate area, including the Fulton Street Transit Center and the World Trade Center Transit hub. These competitive advantages have helped establish it as one of Downtown’s most revered buildings and enabled it to secure both a diverse and credit-worthy tenant roster.
Direct Adjacency to 12 Subway Lines, Path, Hotels, Fine Dining and Shopping
Originally built in 1916. Renovated In 1985. Designed by William Welles Bosworth.
Typical Floor 40,363 Sf
Omnicom, MPG, Harper Collins, XO Group, Namely
Accessible on a 24 Hour/Seven Day a Week Basis. Central Building Systems are Operated Monday Through Friday 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Excluding Holidays
Elevators Overhauled to Include New Motor Controls and Renovated Cab Interiors.
Emergency Generator for All Building Emergency Systems.
Tenant Bathrooms on Floors 4 Through 17 and 19 Have Been Renovated and Are ADA Compliant.
All Other to Be Modernized as Floors Release.
April 3, 2017 ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST
Robert De Niro's Celebrity-Filled Sushi Mecca Gets a Gorgeous New Home
March 9, 2016 COMMERCIAL OBSERVER
With Renewal at 195 Broadway, Starbucks Looks to Add Booze to the Menu
Jan. 19, 2016 COMMERCIAL OBSERVER
After Only Two Years in Herald Square, Rocket Fuel Will Relocate, Halve Space
Dec. 4, 2013 REAL ESTATE WEEKLY
Institutional Investors Buy Majority Stake In Landmarked 195 Broadway
June 25, 2013 THE REAL DEAL
L&L, Beacon To Reposition FiDi Retail In Anticipation Of Fulton Street Transit Center
April 16, 2013 COMMERCIAL OBSERVER
Which Way Is Up: Manhattan's Market Boundaries Are Beginning To Blur
March 28, 2013 COMMERCIAL OBSERVER
Ad Firm Omnicom Expands Again At 195 Broadway, Bringing Total To 295,295 Square Feet
March 19, 2013 PERSPECTIVE NEW YORK
HarperCollins Signs 180,000 sf Office Lease at L&L's 195 Broadway