There are well-over 436,600 square feet of rentable office space within the 12 stories above the street in this building. The structure is situated within Lower Manhattan, New York at 200 Varick Street. Construction on the massive high rise ended in 1926.
Retail units completely surround the ground floor of the structure, and each unit has its own entrance for tenant and customer convenience. Awning signage is available to each of the commercial establishments within the building, and there are large storefronts in which to display signage.
The main entrance to the upper floors of 200 Varick Street is also covered by an awning, though the differing look makes this entrance stand out. The building's name is displayed above the awning, for further identification. Revolving doors lead into the structure.
Multi-pane windows fill the units of the building with natural light, and some of the panes are even operable to aid in tenant comfort. The units vary greatly in size, and a variety of finishes are found within. In fact, the owner is willing to demolish the units and build to suit.
Less the stone around the main entry of 200 Varick Street, the facade is covered in lightly hued brick. There are many built-up and details under and between the columns of windows, and diamond-shaped details add a touch of class.
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