Built by Jack Resnick & Sons in 1984, the 1.1 million square foot tower was designed by Swanke Hayden Connell Architects, and stands as one of lower Manhattan's trophy assets. Owned and operated by the Resnick Organization, the iconic One Seaport Plaza rises 35 stories along the East River and is a unique architectural achievement. As it is, contextual in its concept and design, with its two distinctly different granite façades designed to suit the different environments at the historic South Street Seaport to the East and Downtown Manhattan to the West.
Virtual column-free floors averaging 35,500 square feet provide sweeping views of New York Harbor, the Brooklyn Bridge and the downtown skyline. The lobby features three paintings by the renowned artist Frank Stella. This building is LEED EB:OM Certified with the U.S. Green Building Council, and offers all the amenities and infrastructure needs that Class A tenants expect in today's marketplace. The prominent tenant roster includes AON, Allied World Assurance, BGC/Eurobrokers, Computershare, SCOR Insurance and Tullet Prebon Americas.
REAR LOBBY, NEW MESSENGER CENTER
EXTERIOR BROOKLYN & MANHATTAN BRIDGE VIEW
FULTON STREET AT NIGHT
SINJERLI VARIATION I. FRANK STELLA. 1969
BROOKLYN BRIDGE & MANHATTAN BRIDGE EVENING VIEW
BASRA GATE II. FRANK STELLA. 1969.
FULTON STREET MARKETPLACE
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