1245 Broadway is the Epitome of Quality for Midtown South Financial Firms
Over the past decade, NoMad has become one of the hottest submarkets for office space in New York City. Spurred by the migration of younger business owners and their employees to reside in downtown neighborhoods such as Chelsea, Flatiron, TriBeCa, Meatpacking and Manhattan West, this once gritty and sleepy pocket of Manhattan has transformed into a bustling business district. As a matter of fact, the neighborhood has become home to some of Manhattan’s most talked about luxury hotels, restaurants, nightlife and entertainment venues. Although historically the workspaces in the neighborhood were a far cry from cutting edge, a brand new, trophy office tower, 1245 Broadway, is perfect for any hedge fund, private equity firm, investment bank, crypto fund or venture capital firm, and is dubbed “NoMad’s First Boutique Trophy Office Property”.
Brought to life by world-renowned architecture firm SOM, the 23 story eco-consciously designed and constructed tower features a glass and steel facade, double-height arcade and lobby, oversized windows, a private club-inspired lounge (more on this below), slab heights ranging from 11’- 13 ½’, terraces on select floors, windowed restrooms on all floors and state-of-the-art conference and meeting rooms.
With companies opting for highly amenitized assets for their workers, 1245 Broadway’s tenant lounge is an elegant space for relaxing or informal meetings with both clients and colleagues. Featuring phone booths, re-configurable seating arrangements, a refreshment bar, large communal table and a plethora of smaller tables, the lounge can be the perfect escape for employees looking for a change in scenery.
Ownership recently finalized construction of two ultra-luxury pre-built suites (entire 17th & 11th full floors), which are ideal for any boutique tenant seeking the finest finishes in the workplace. Measuring 6,514 rentable square feet each, both suites feature top-of-the-line materials fusing modern, industrial and luxurious aesthetics, including an abundant amount of wooden millwork, stone, glass and steel. Click here to contact us for the asking price or additional information.