1140 Broadway


New York, NY 10001

  • 1,310 - 2,450 sqft
  • ~$61/sqft


7th Floor1,310 sqft$6,659 /mo est
Penthouse1,900 sqft$9,658 /mo est
Penthouse1,900 sqft$9,658 /mo est
8th Floor2,450 sqft$12,454 /mo est
  • 0.09 mi🚇RW28th Street
  • 0.18 mi🚇RW23th Street
  • 0.19 mi🚌Free maison
  • 0.23 mi🚇FMPATH23rd Street
  • 0.24 mi🚗Icon Parking
  • 0.25 mi🚇628th Street
  • 0.27 mi🚗Central Parking
  • 0.29 mi🚇623rd Street
  • 0.31 mi🚇PATH33rd Street
  • 0.33 mi🚇128th Street
  • 0.36 mi🚇123rd Street
  • 0.38 mi🚇BDFMNQRW34th Street-Herald Square
  • 0.4 mi🚇633rd Street

Building Details

  • Attended Lobby✔︎
  • Turnstile
  • 24/7 Access✔︎
  • Floors16
  • Height206
  • ArchitectMaynicke & Franke
  • Walk Score®100
  • Year Built1914
  • Noise Index0.57

1140 Broadway sits in the heart of Madison Square area of Midtown South. The building, which is also known as the Lowell Building, was constructed in 1915 and boasts a recently restored Art Deco lobby, and huge windows that offer an abundance of natural light.A location at 1140 Broadway offers tenants access to the epicenter of the world economy. Midtown South is, by many estimates, the busiest and most prestigious commercial district in the world. Local attractions include Madison Square Park and the Empire State Building. Though the area definitely has a commercial focus, it also offers a great deal in terms of food, transportation, and nightlife. One of our favorite places to eat here at TheSquareFoot is Keens Steakhouse because there's nothing quite like a post-work sirloin to kick off the weekend.



Chelsea, known for its rich culture and diversity, is also a blooming center for business in Manhattan. Anchored by Google and Twitter's considerable presence, Chelsea has experienced a real estate boom as both established companies and startups have migrated westward for Chelsea office space.

The Chelsea neighborhood is a favorite of both locals and tourists alike, thanks to New York institutions like the High Line, a mile-long park on a disused elevated railroad, and the newly-relocated Whitney Museum. Mere steps away, Chelsea Market is home to some of New York's best artisan fare, making it a dream lunch destination. And of course, its sibling Meatpacking District lends plenty of nightlife options. Its proximity to the Hudson River also makes it both bike-friendly and highly walkable.

The average rent in Chelsea currently sits at a moderate average of $61/sq. ft, relative to the city average of $72/sq. ft - a big reason it's attractive to companies of all shapes and sizes.

Nearby Districts Include: Flatiron, Greenwich Village, and the Garment District.

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