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857 Broadway

Flatiron, New York, NY

Features of 857 Broadway

Total Size
11,636 sqft
Lot Size
0 acres
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Year Renovated
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About 857 Broadway

Originally constructed in 1845 as a mansion for Robert Goelet, a member of one of the wealthiest families in New York in the 19th century, 857 Broadway was stripped of its masonry facade in 1884, receiving a then fashionable cast-iron front. Today this lovely landmark building houses a Pret A Manger and Verizon store and provides companies looking to rent office space with a fantastic location on the northwest corner of Union Square, where Broadway and 17th Street converge.

Situated at the heart of Manhattan, 857 Broadway offers amazing access to public transit and the communities of historic Flatiron, Greenwich Village, Gramercy and Chelsea. Surrounded by "Silicon Alley" tech-based businesses, this historic New York gem is perfectly suited for design showrooms, creative businesses, investment funds and similar office-based tenants.

The area surrounding 857 Broadway sees heavy foot traffic, for this part of New York boasts an abundance of amenities.

Renovated in 2005, the lovely cast iron facade offers tenants amazing street exposure. Behind the facade wait offices with dramatic 14' ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and open views of Union Square.

The facade of 857 Broadway in New York boasts mellow earthy hues and a gorgeous gray cornice completes the Victoriana picture.

Internet Providers for 857 Broadway

Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
10 Gb/s: Level 3 Communications Fiber
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6 Mb/s: Time Warner Cable Cable
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6 Mb/s
50 Mb/s: MegaPath DSL
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1.5 Mb/s: Verizon New York DSL
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1.5 Mb/s

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