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200 West Street, New York, NY 10282

Located in Financial District, New York. Inquire to find out about the building and its availability.

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          • Year Built
          • Height
          • Floors
          • Owner
            Goldman Sachs
          • Architect
            Henry Cobb (Pei Cobb Freed & Partners)
          • Building Class
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          Ground was officially broken on November 29, 2005, during a ceremony where prominent officials including New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New York Governor George Pataki moved the first dirt for the excavation. One of the most important Downtown revitalization projects at the time of planning, the tower is expected to cost over two billion dollars to build. Of the 2.4 billion dollars used to build the tower, 1.65 billion come from tax-exempt Liberty Bonds; the city and state made such a significant investment in hopes that Goldman Sachs will attract other major firms to Downtown. Goldman Sachs has promised $4.5 million to Lower Manhattan residents to help pay for a library and community recreation center. The building is planned to have about 1.5 million square feet of floor space and host around 9000 employees. The developers threatened to move the tower elsewhere if the state approved a tunnel under West Street with the entrance being on or near the tower's site, until the state gave up the project that would cost the city almost one billion dollars. The building has received a LEED Gold certification. During the summer 2005, the developers threatened to pull out due to the uncertainty of the future of the area. After receiving considerable money in bonds and tax breaks from the city, in August 2005 the developers announced that they would follow through with the plan.

          • (0.18 mi)
            World Trade Center
          • (0.26 mi)
            Chambers Street
          • (0.27 mi)
            World Trade Centre
          • (0.29 mi)
            Cortlandt Street
          • (0.32 mi)
            Park Place
          • (0.32 mi)
            Chambers Street
          • (0.32 mi)
            Cortlandt Street
          • (0.39 mi)
            Fulton Street
          • (0.4 mi)
            City Hall
          • (0.46 mi)
            Fulton Street-Broadway Nassau
          • (0.48 mi)
            Franklin Street
          • (0.49 mi)
            Wall Street

          Internet Service Providers

          NameTechnologyUpload SpeedDownload Speed
          Level 3 Communications, LLCFiber1 Gb/s +1 Gb/s +
          Light Tower Fiber LLCFiber1 Gb/s +1 Gb/s +
          Verizon New York Inc.Fiber10 to 25 Mb/s100 Mb/s to 1 Gb/s
          RCN Telecom Services of New York, LPCable10 to 25 Mb/s100 Mb/s to 1 Gb/s
          Barrier CommunicationsWireless50 to 100 Mb/s50 to 100 Mb/s
          Time Warner Cable LLCCable3 to 6 Mb/s50 to 100 Mb/s
          Hughes Network SystemsSatellite1.5 to 3 Mb/s10 to 25 Mb/s
          Business Only Broadband, LLCWireless10 to 25 Mb/s10 to 25 Mb/s
          StarBand Communications, Inc.Satellite200 to 768 Kb/s768 Kb/s to 1.5 MB/s

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