Set at 40 Worth Street in the TriBeCa area of New York, this commercial office building was completed in the year 1929. The high-rise structure includes just under 800,000 total square feet of rentable office space, which divided between units that range in size from about 100 square feet to approximately 10,000 square feet.
With an abundance of windows covering the facade of 40 Worth Street, tenants enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding city. Though the glass is slightly tinted, the offices include window treatments for when the incoming sunlight becomes a bit too much.
All of the units within 40 Worth Street are fully furnishes and include attractive finishes. Just as the office spaces vary in size, the floor plans are variable too, and this allows tenants to get the space that best-suits their business.
Conveniently placed bicycle racks are offered in front of the building, and street parking is found along Worth Street and throughout the surrounding neighborhood. Tenants and employees that prefer mass transit have easy access to both bus and subway lines.
While the majority of the facade of 40 Worth Street is covered in smooth gray stone tiles, there are an abundance of carved ornaments to bring life to the building. Additionally, there is a grand archway above the main entrance.
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