Overview: 120 Broadway
A National Historic Landmark and New York treasure, 120 Broadway is a premier office destination. Known as The Equitable Building, the property is regarded as Downtown Manhattan's first emblem of power and stature.
Rising 40 stories, the building spans a full city block bordered by Broadway and Nassau, Pine and Cedar Streets. Upon its completion in 1915, 120 Broadway was the largest office building in the world. The property has 1.9 million square feet of space, accentuated by a grand lobby with soaring ceiling heights and generously proportioned 50,000 square foot floor plates.
The iconic tower has been meticulously restored with a major capital improvement program implemented by Silverstein Properties. Offering all the services and conveniences of a modern first-class office building and distinguished by elegant and historical architecture, The Equitable Building at 120 Broadway is a contemporary classic.
120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271
Ernest R. Graham
Approximately 1,900,000 rentable square feet.
Floors 2 - 38: 48,054 - 56,000rsf
Floor 39: 22,620rsf
Floor 40: 8,700rsf
Vaulted ceiling consisting of a coffered ceiling with gold leaf accents and carved rosettes, marble walls and marble flooring.
Slab to Slab: 10'7" - 12'5"
Finished: minimum 8'6"
HVAC: condenser water system with 24/7 capacity
40 Passenger Elevators, 8 in each of the following banks:
Bank 1 – floors 2-10
Bank 2 – floors 10-18
Bank 3 – floors 19-25
Bank 4 – floors 25-33
Bank 5 – floors 33-40
Bank 6 consists of: 4 service elevators serving floors 1-40, 2 freight elevators serving floors 3B-40, Sidewalk freight car serving floors 1, 1B, 2B and 3B. Service elevator serving 1 and 3B. Three automatic passenger elevators in tenant controlled space.
Rainbow Broadband Inc
Sidera Networks (formerly Con Edison Communications)
Time Warner Telecom of NY
Lobby desk attended by security personnel 24/7
Access via security stations and ID card system
Security cameras throughout
Department of Law
Securities Industry Association
Home to an increasing number of business leaders and highly-skilled knowledge workers, Lower Manhattan has become New York’s hottest live-work neighborhood. Retail giants, boutique shops, fine dining, bars and world-class hotels — as well as the city’s best schools, apartment buildings and parks — all within one square mile.
120 Broadway is at the convergence of major public transportation systems, with in-building entry to the 4/5, J/M/Z and 2/3 subway lines and in proximity to the New Jersey-bound PATH trains, bus and ferry lines. 120 Broadway is also conveniently located near the Holland Tunnel, West Side Highway and FDR Drive and is within a 5 minute walk to the WTC Transportation Hub and the MTA Fulton Transit Center.