200 Varick Street is a 12-story office building located between King and West Houston streets in Manhattan’s Hudson Square neighborhood. Architect Frank S. Parker designed the Art Deco building, and its construction was completed in 1927.
The building features 400,061 square feet of Class B office space for rent. The building interiors provide plenty of natural light, thanks to the huge windows on four sides. Renovated in 2008, the building features elevators with a high-tech lobby boost system to promote efficiency in its expansive, well-organized floor plates.
The building tenants include B.J. Magazines, Citibank, Chipotle, SOB’s Dinner Club, and Deb’s Catering, all the ground floor. The Omnicom Group and AHRC New York City offices are also on 200 Varick Street.
200 Varick Street provides easy access to 1 train, C train, and E train. The building has reliable fiber internet providers, including Level 3 Communications, Cogent Communications, and Lightower.