80 Broad Street, also known as the Maritime Exchange Building, is an office building located in NYC’s Financial District, on the corner of Broad Street and Stone Street. This impressive Class B+ building stands at 36 floors tall and spans over 420,000 square feet of space. Construction on this art deco building was completed in 1931; it was last purchased by Broad Street Development in 2014. BSD saw the property as an opportunity to market to small- to medium-sized tenants, particularly in the technology, advertising, media, and information industries, looking for luxury office space. 80 Broad Street features windows on 4 sides, pre-built spaces, and a mix of modern and classic architecture. In addition, 80 Broad partners with Zuul, a food delivery platform that permits businesses to mix-and-match orders from multiple restaurants and combine them into one order. Tenants can now safely offer lunch to their in-office staff without having to leave the building.
Sitting in the heart of downtown, the building boasts proximity to some of New York’s top-rated amenities. In terms of transportation, the 1, 2, 3, R, W, J, Z, 4, and 5 trains are all just a short walk from the building, providing unparalleled convenience to those who commute from outer boroughs. The Staten Island and NYC ferries are also steps away. Countless lunch spots also fill the surrounding neighborhood, such as CAVA, Toro Loco, and Fraunces Tavern. On a warm day, take your lunch break in The Battery, a waterfront park a few blocks from the building.
80 Broad’s central location within one of NYC’s primary business districts makes this space ideal for companies looking to network, partner with other firms, or gain business clients.