255 Greenwich Street

View of entire building at 255 Greenwich
View of entryway at 255 Greenwich
View of interior lobby at 255 Greenwich Avenue
View of lobby elevator cabs at 255 Greenwich Avenue
View of World Trade Center Oculus & 911 Memorial
Exterior view of the Fulton Street Transit Station near the World Trade Center
Interior view of the Fulton Street Transit Station near the World Trade Center
View of the north esplanade at Rockefeller Park
Night view of Tribeca skate park
Built by Jack Resnick & Sons in 1987 and designed by Emery Roth & Sons, this 14-story office tower spans the full block bound by Greenwich Street, Park Place, Murray Street and West Broadway, and is located in the center of the thriving New Downtown.

The property features highly-efficient, side-core floor plates with 30’ x 40’ column bays, ceiling heights that approach 13 feet, and an abundance of electrical and cooling capacity. The new granite and marble lobby features an original Charles Hinman wall sculpture. 255 Greenwich is adjacent to the World Trade Center site, the 9/11 National Memorial, and TriBeCa. The building is surrounded by a myriad of upscale restaurants, shops, entertainment venues, and acclaimed new residential developments. Prominent tenant roster includes Cornell University, Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, The City of New York, The City University of New York, and Target Corporation.