New York, NY 10007
Having undergone extensive renovations to the original structure as well as a three-story addition, the Astor Building was purchased by Columbus Properties, Inc. in 1983.
Located at 217 Broadway between Vesey and Barclay Streets, the Astor Building resides on the site of the original Astor Hotel. Built by John Jacob Astor, the hotel was constructed between 1832 and 1836 in order to provide comfortable living accommodations for New York’s elite. Designed by renowned architect Isaiah Rogers, the Astor Hotel consisted of an unprecedented 300 bedrooms and 17 “bathing rooms”. The Astor Hotel stood for 80 years, until 1914 when the south half was demolished to create the Astor Office Building.
The building is flanked on either side by landmarks such as, St. Paul’s Chapel and City Hall in the heart of downtown Manhattan.
With the renovation’s uncovering of the original lobby and some of the Astor Hotel’s timeless marble interior, its restoration will serve as stark reminders of the building’s luxurious past and hearken a future equally as grand for 217 Broadway.
• New York Sports Club
• Kramer, Dillof, Livingston, & Moore
• State of New York Office of the Medical Inspector General
• Charles Platt (1916)
• Swanke Hayden Connell (Restoration 1999)
• Three Floor Penthouse addition
• Remodeled building entrance, lobby, and concierge desk
• New Thermopane double hung windows
• New limestone and granite storefront
• 4 Modernized high-speed elevators with new cab interior
Gross Building Area
135,000 Square Feet
Between Barclay and Vesey Streets. One block east of World Trade Center and one block north of New Fulton Street Transit Hub.
Please direct all general inquiries to:
Assistant Property Manager
• 24 Hour Tenant Access
• Card Access Entry System
• State-of-the-art Fire Command Center
• On-site Building Management
• T-4 high speed Internet access
• Digital wireless and dedicated technology
• Local and long distance communications services
• Cable TV
• Network integration
24 hours, 7 days a week
• All floors equipped with centrally located air conditioning units which have been tied into a new 400 ton capacity cooling tower
• 30 tons per floor, 24 hour capacity
CB Richard Ellis