120 Wall Street

Overview: 120 Wall Street

Commanding dramatic, unobstructed views of the East River and South Street Seaport, 120 Wall Street occupies an entire blockfront on the world's most famous financial boulevard.

In 1992, Silverstein Properties, Inc. (SPI) partnered with New York City Economic Development Corporation to establish New York's first and only center for non-protfits. In 2012, SPI successfully structured a similar program sponsored by the State of New York through the Empire State Development Corporation. By offering low-cost space, the program ensures that 120 Wall Street and, consequently, Downtown Manhattan, will continue to be a home for not-for-profits well into the future. In 2013, Silverstein Properties completed a capital plan improvement program to modernize the façade, lobby and elevator cabs.

Specifications

  • Address

    120 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005

  • Architect

    Ely Jacques Kahn of Kahn & Jacobs

  • Year Built

    1929, Renovated 2013

  • Height

    35 floors

  • Size

    Approximately 615,000 rentable square feet.

  • Floor Plates

    Floors 2-18: 26,900 – 22,000 rsf
    Floors 19-21: 18,200 – 17,400 rsf
    Floor 22: 14,000 rsf
    Floor 23: 16,400 rsf
    Floors 24-28: 13,000 – 10,800 rsf
    Floors 29-34: 7,900 – 3,600 rsf

  • Lobby

    One-story lobby with marble floors and marble walls.  Full height windows on Wall Street and South Street.

  • Ceiling Height

    Slab to Slab: 11'10"

    Finished 8'6" minimum

  • Infrastructure

    HVAC: condenser water system with 24/7 capacity

    Electricity: sub-metered

  • Elevators

    8 passenger cars per floor

  • Telecom

    AT&T
    Cablevision Lightpath
    Time Warner Cable
    XO Communications

  • Security

    Lobby desk attended by security personnel 24/7

    Access via security stations and ID card system

    Security cameras throughout

  • Notable tenants

    Droga5
    AFS-USA

    LaVezza

    Catalyst

  • Neighborhood

    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.

  • Transportation

    120 Wall Street offers access to 11 subway lines, New Jersey-bound PATH trains, bus and ferry lines as well as ferries and water taxis to New Jersey & Staten Island.

Leasing Contact

GALLERY

Tenants