MODERN PREBUILT SPACE, HISTORIC BUILDING
Features - Prebuilt space may be customized - Historic building with modern infrastructure - Efficient full floor unit - Restored & expanded lobby - New elevator cabs - New fire/life safety systems - New security systems - Fully sprinklered - Bike room - Messenger center
48 Wall Street, formerly the Bank of New York Building, has recently received a $60 million renovation transforming the property into a modern first class office building offering the latest in technology and luxury services. The building, which contains 330,050 rentable square feet and rises to 34 stories, is a National Register landmark office building with American Colonial motifs that harken back to the early history of New York. The building was the location of the original headquarters of the Bank of New York, the oldest bank in New York City and the second oldest bank in America. The Bank of New York was organized in 1784, primarily through the efforts of Alexander Hamilton. The bank erected a building at this corner of Wall and William streets in Lower Manhattan in 1797-98 and retained its headquarters on that site, in a succession of buildings, until 1998. The present skyscraper, erected in 1927-29, was designed by Benjamin Wistar Morris, one of New York's most prominent architects of the 1920s. The design features an impressive exterior clad entirely in limestone and crowned with a copper eagle that was, at the time of the building's completion, one of the most visible elements of the New York skyline. 48 Wall Street also retains an especially grand interior banking hall embellished with a series of murals by J. Monroe Hewlett, a prominent mural painter active in the early decades of the twentieth century. This Renaissance Revival office tower is unique due to its magnificent banking room with its large arched windows.
• Located 1 block from the New York Stock Exchange. • Direct subway access. • Across from the new Regent Hotel. • New fiber optic backbone for broadband Internet access. • Cost-efficient, tenant controlled 24-Hr HVAC with new floor by floor DX units. • New electric service to accommodate current and future technology. • Sub-metered electricity on each floor. • Minimum of 6 watts per, State-of the-art Otis Elevonic elevator system. • Building Features a beautifully-articulated, limestone facade, exquisitely restored marble lobby with concierge/communications console, new energy-efficient, operable large thermo-pane windows permitting an abundance of light, tower floors with excellent views, many private, usable terraces on upper floors, and new granite and marble ADA-compliant bathrooms.
|Museum of American Finance|
|10 Gb/s: Lightower|
|10 Gb/s: Level 3 Communications|
|10 Gb/s: Cablevision/Lightpath|
|10 Gb/s: Cogent Communications|
|10 Gb/s: Stealth Communications|
|25 Mb/s: RCN|
|25 Mb/s: Verizon New York|
|6 Mb/s: Time Warner Cable|
|6 Mb/s: MegaPath|
New York City