40 Thompson Street

Hudson Square

New York, NY 10013

  • 5,144 sqft
  • $25,291 /mo est
  • ~$59/sqft


4th Floor - Suite5,144 sqft$25,291 /mo est
  • 0.13 mi🚇ACECanal Street
  • 0.14 mi🚇1Canal Street
  • 0.14 mi🚇1Canal Street
  • 0.14 mi🚇1Canal Street
  • 0.14 mi🚇1Canal Street
  • 0.16 mi🚇CESpring Street
  • 0.27 mi🚇NQRWCanal Street
  • 0.32 mi🚇RWPrince Street
  • 0.33 mi🚇1Franklin Street
  • 0.35 mi🚇6Spring Street
  • 0.37 mi🚇1Houston Street
  • 0.38 mi🚇6Canal Street
  • 0.42 mi🚇BDFMBroadway-Lafayette Street
  • 0.42 mi🚇JZCanal Street

Building Details

  • Walk Score®100
  • Noise Index0.7

This 7story, 30,000square foot, commercial building has high visibility in SoHo where it fronts on a small triangular intersection between Thompson, Watts and Broome Streets and West Broadway. The building has a narrow frontage on Thompson Street at the southeast corner at Watts Street but a broad facade along Watts Street. The building is distinguished by its masonry facade with many arched windows and it has housed very popular nightclubs and restaurants. It has a prime location in SoHo where it is close to many boutiques and restaurants and it is across Thompson Street from the 60 Thompson Hotel. It is also close to TriBeCa and the West Village and convenient to public transportation.


Hudson Square

Hudson Square, once known as the Printing District, is a neighborhood in lower Manhattan that remains a center of media-related activity like advertising, design, and communications.

At an average of $59/sqft, office space for lease in Hudson Square is considerably cheaper than its neighbor SoHo ($70/sqft). Commercial tenants will be in good company with businesses like Newsweek, Viacom, the Weinstein Company, Penguin Publishing, and PR giant Edelman calling the area home.

Positioned just south of Greenwich Village and north of Tribeca, Hudson Square offers some of the most accessbile stretches of the city's bike path. It also offers some sightly attractions in the Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District, which contains the largest concentration of Federalist and Greek Revival style row houses built during the first half of the 19th century.

With wide streets and relatively low-rise buildings, Hudson Square is a bustling center of business without overwhelming sensibility that can affect districts further north, making it one of the best kept secrets in New York commercial real estate.

Nearby Districts Include: SoHo, Greenwich Village, and Tribeca

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