New York, NY 10003
- 2,500 - 3,200 sqft
- $13,750 - $17,600 /mo est
|Partial 0 Suite||2,500 sqft||$13,750 /mo est|
|Two-story building Floor||3,000 sqft||$16,500 /mo est|
|Partial 1 Suite||3,200 sqft||$17,600 /mo est|
- 0.16 mi🚇6Astor Place
- 0.16 mi🚇RW8th Street-NYU
- 0.18 mi🚇6Bleecker Street
- 0.25 mi🚇BDFMBroadway-Lafayette Street
- 0.35 mi🚇F2nd Avenue-Lower East Side
- 0.36 mi🚇RWPrince Street
- 0.44 mi🚇ABCDEFMWest 4th Street-Washington Square
- 0.46 mi🚇6Spring Street
- 0.46 mi🚇45614th Street-Union Square
- Owner/Leasing ManagerLincoln Property Company
- ArchitectGeorge Post
- Walk Score®100
- Year Built1891, Renovated in 2002
- Noise Index0.87
- LEED® CertificationPlatinum
700 Broadway is the original vanguard of the new “green” NYC building movement. Built in Greenwich Village by famous architect George Post in 1891, 700 Broadway was purchased by the Audubon Society in 1989 and re-emerged from obscurity as one of the Village’s most striking buildings. It was ahead of its time in the green movement, and was NYC’s first truly green building. Large windows and skylights fill every inch of the building with as much natural light as possible and with 98,000 square feet of class B office space, this is quite an achievement. In addition, user occupancy sensors make sure excess light is not wasted and a low-emission heater/cooler runs on natural gas. Situated in a lively, cultural neighborhood doesn’t hurt either. Clearly, 700 Broadway is an old-fashioned New York darling.
NoHo, short for North of Houston Street, has an artsy sensibility that extends back many decades. Previously home to iconoclasts like Basquiat and Warhol, NoHo can also lay claim to being the Birthplace of Punk, where the now-defunct CBGB & OMFUG rock club was located. Proximity to other downtown neighborhoods like SoHo, Lower East Side, Nolita, Little Italy, and East Village make it a convenient locale for after hours recreation.
Today, NoHo is still one of New York City's funkiest neighorhoods, with a deep roster of live music, theater, trendy bars, record stores, and popular bistros to keep the locals busy. Its buildings also display a heady mix of downtown chic, gritty pragmatism, and historic grandeur; not unlike its SoHo sibling (except with more reasonable rents). Commercial tenants can expect office space for rent in the vicinity of $66/sqft.