Tribeca Associates Plans to Reposition the 477,000 SF Office Tower in Manhattan

by Amy Works

NEW YORK CITY — Tribeca Associates plans to reposition 30 Broad Street, a 47-story office tower located in Manhattan’s Financial District, which the company purchased in April. The 477,000-square-foot building will undergo an infrastructure modernization and renovation to suit the needs of today’s tenants. Additionally, office spaces will be updated with new fixtures and fittings as part of the prebuilt program as they become vacant. The lobby will be revitalized with a custom light installation, contemporary artwork by Annica Cuppetelli and Cristobal Mendoza, and an expanded coffee bar. Building amenities will also be added in the central amenities suite. The repositioned building will offer full-floor branding opportunities for tenants that start at 5,881 square feet. Andrew Peretz, Hal Stein, David Malawer, Courtney Adham and Daniel Appel of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank are the leasing agents for the property.

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