100 Church Street

Downtown Manhattan

New York, NY 10007

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Building Details

  • Owner/Leasing Manager100 Church Fee Owner LLC
  • Floors21
  • Height229 feet
  • ArchitectEmery Roth & Sons
  • Wired CertificationGold
  • Walk Score®100
  • Year Built1958
  • Noise Index0.4

100 Church Street, New York, NY 10007 is located between Barclay Street and Park Place. The building was constructed in 1958 by the architectural firm Emery Roth & Sons, offers around 918,000 square feet in retail and office space for rent, and measures out at 20 stories. Although the building is older, it has been renovated in recent years and upgraded to a modern look and feel. 100 Church Street is located in TriBeCa and is within walking distance to some of Downtown’s best attractions including City Hall, South Street Seaport, Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall, Trinity Church, Battery Park City, and the World Trade Center. In addition to these offerings, there are hundreds of bars, restaurants, and retailers that litter the area. The building is also highly accessible as its located near the World Trade Center PATH station and the MTA’s red, yellow, and blue metro lines.

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