1745 Broadway, New York, NY
Designed in 2003 by contemporary architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1745 Broadway is an elegant LEED-certified 50-story glass tower. With a prime Central Park and Columbus Circle location, the building is surrounded by world-class restaurants and hotels such as Jean-Georges, Per Se, and the Mandarin Oriental. Its close proximity to 12 subway lines gives it maximum accessibility. This 930,000-square-foot mixed-use property includes retail spaces, offices, and, through a separate entrance in the tower, residential condominiums. Floors two through 26 contain 27,000-square-foot office floors that offer virtually column-free floor plates, nine-foot finished ceiling heights, and floor-to-ceiling windows, creating spectacular work environments with sweeping cityscape views that include the Hudson River and Central Park. With state-of-the-art building management systems, emergency generators, and a 425-car in-building parking garage, 1745 Broadway is perfect mix of location and amenities.
Prime Columbus Circle location
Close proximity to the subway lines (1, 2, A, B, C, D, E, F, N, Q, R, W)
State-of-the-art building management, systems that include fully integrated digital system controls and all base building functions, energy management, and equipment monitoring HVAC equipment. The system is fully set up for remote off-site monitoring
425-car in-building parking garage
US Green Building Council LEED certified
1750 KVA emergency generator provides power to the building and life safety systems
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