We are pleased to announce that Ruth Colp-Haber of Wharton Property Advisors has been appointed as the exclusive leasing agent for 30 Wall Street.
30 Wall Street is a 138,000 RSF class A office building. It was built in 1919 and was the original home of Seaman’s Bank.
All roads lead to the new 30 Wall Street, which sits at the epicenter of the transformed financial district. While the area remains the world financial center, it is now also the go to place for residential and after work activities. Aspiring business people and creatives will be able to work and play within easy walking distance of exciting venues such as:
- The New South Street Seaport– The transformed Seaport District will encompass more than 400,000 square feet filled with cutting-edge dining, shopping, entertainment and cultural offerings. Some hot spots include a 50,000-square-foot food hall by Jean-Georges in the restored Tin Building, The South Street Seaport Museum, Manhattan’s first iPic Theater, and Pier 17. Other tenants will include the recently announced Milan-based retail pioneer, 10 Corso Como, McNally Jackson Books, Amsterdam-based retailer Scotch and Soda, and innovative fast-casual vegan restaurant by CHLOE.
- The Ipic theater– Manhattan’s only upscale cinema chain with reclining seats, blankets & pillows, gourmet light bites & cocktails, and in-theater service.
- Pier 17 –There’s much to see and do around this newly constructed four-story transparent structure on the Pier 17 plot, adjacent to the historic 1885 cargo ship, The Wavetree. You can grab a bite or cocktail at the Market Hall, enjoy a movie screening, concert, or workout. The pier also includes several lounges such as: The River lounge, The Heineken Bar Lounge, and The Chase Sapphire Lounge.
- The Perelman Performing Arts Center is a multi-space, 150 to 800-seat performing arts center at the northeast corner of the World Trade Center complex. The Perelman Center will be a one-of-a-kind home for dance, theater, contemporary chamber opera, music and a venue for the Tribeca Film Festival. The site is located at the intersection of Vesey, Fulton and Greenwich Streets in Manhattan and is set to open in 2020.
- Moxy Hotel- Moxy Downtown is a stunning new 30 story hotel, located just off Broadway on Ann Street. Designed for the young-at-heart, you can work all day and party all night at their sprawling 5,000 sq. ft. bar and lounge space, complete with a local coffee program, playful cocktails and food, old school arcade games, DJs’, and a basketball court.
The financial district is dull and drab no more. Midtown now has a worthy competitor. This is the new New York.