One Seaport Plaza
199 Water Street

View of entire building at 199 Water Street
Exterior Entryway at 199 Water Street
Interior lobby at 199 Water Street
Interior lobby at 199 Water Street looking at messenger center and security turnstiles
Interior lobby at 199 Water Street looking at entrance and messenger center
Interior lobby at 199 Water Street looking at elevator cab
View of building at 199 Water Street
View of World Trade Center Concourse
Interior view of the Fulton Street Transit Station
Night view of South Street Seaport
Looking North on East River of Brooklyn Bridge during fireworks celebration
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.

Virtual column-free floors averaging 36,000 square feet provide sweeping views of New York Harbor, the Brooklyn Bridge and the downtown skyline. LEED EB:OM Certified with the U.S. Green Building Council, the building offers all the amenities and infrastructure needs that Class A tenants expect in today’s marketplace. The property is located at the gateway to the Seaport District and the distinguished tenant roster includes Allied World Insurance, Cantor Fitzgerald, Howard Hughes Corporation, and We Work.

KEY FEATURES
  • 24/7 attended lobby; electronic access via turnstiles; web-based visitor access
  • Harbor, Brooklyn Bridge & Downtown Skyline Views
  • Tenant Dedicated Bicycle Room with Locker Rooms & Showers
  • Full Service Garage in building with direct lobby access
  • Direct Meter Electric
  • Messenger center, Sundry shop, US Mail drop
  • Emergency Back-up Power
  • Supplemental HVAC + Electric
  • Roast CafĂ©
  • TKTS theater ticket booth
  • South Street Seaport shopping and dining