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110 WILLIAM STREET

110 William Street is a 32-story commercial office building totaling 920,000 square feet superbly located at the corner of William and John Streets in the heart of Downtown Manhattan’s FiDi ( Financial District ) Sub Market. Since purchasing the property in December 2004, Swig Equities has completed a major capital improvement program including lobby renovations, façade upgrades, fire/life-safety system, and enhanced security features.

The property’s location, just a few blocks from the New York Stock Exchange, has enabled the building to maintain consistently high occupancy levels. 110 William Street is leased to approximately 34 office and 4 retail tenants from a diverse industry base, including government, insurance, banking, securities, brokerage, and the legal and accounting professions.

Originally constructed in 1918, the building was redesigned by Sylvan Bien in 1959 as a modern facility. Twenty-Two luxurious high-speed, fully modernized passenger elevators ensure tenants and their guests swift access to the building’s tower floors. The building’s elegant multiple-setback design provides efficient boutique floor plates of multiple sizes from 37,800 to 5,000 square feet which are ideal for office occupancy.

The previous owner, Trizec Properties., maintained 110 William Street to the highest standards and spent in excess of $8 million upgrading and refurbishing the Property. Elegant hotels, fine dining & shopping, world-class cultural sites, and numerous parks in the immediate neighborhood offer tenants and visitors an unparalleled array of amenities.

90 BROAD STREET

90 Broad Street is an architecturally-significant, 25 story office building centrally located on a full block-front site in the traditional heart of Manhattan’s Financial District (FiDi) neighborhood. 90 Broad Street contains approximately 420,000 rentable square feet including 370,200 square feet of office space, 15,700 square feet of prime retail space, and 14,100 square feet of storage space. The building was designed by Cross & Cross Architects and built in 1930, creating a classic building that complements the surrounding Wall Street 1920’s architecture. The property’s classic prewar design is emphasized by its dramatic Beaux Arts style lobby featuring a barrel vaulted ceiling with gold leaf finishes. High ceiling heights and excellent window lines provide exceptional light and air, enhancing the appeal to tenants. This landmark quality, richly-detailed building is located three blocks from the New York Stock Exchange and provides the prestigious corporate environment for Wall Street area firms.

The building’s façade is limestone with a granite base and features beautiful terra cotta designs highlighting the setbacks, cornices and parapets, and double-hung anodized aluminum framed operable windows which were recently replaced. Ten luxurious high-speed, fully modernized passenger elevators ensure tenants and their guests swift access to the building’s tower floors. The building’s elegant multiple setback design provides efficient boutiques floor plates of multiple sizes from 8,000 to 18,000 square feet which are ideal for office occupancy.

Since 2001, 90 Broad Street has been fully redeveloped with an approximately $12.5 million capital improvement program including: (i) renovating and restoring the building entrance and lobby to increase street appeal and light, (ii) complete replacement and automation of the service elevator system, (iii) development of a new freight entrance and mail center, (iv) upgrading of the building common areas, (v) build-out of tenant spaces, (vi) installation of completely new fire/life safety systems.

80 BROAD STREET

80 Broad Street is a 36 floor office building located on the south side of Broad Street between Stone and Beaver Streets in Downtown Manhattan’s Financial District (FiDi) neighborhood. 80 Broad Street contains approximately 420,000 rentable square feet including approximately 8,600 square feet of retail on the ground floor. The building, located three blocks from the New York Stock Exchange, was completed in 1935. The building’s elegant multiple-setback design provides efficient boutique floor plates of multiple sizes from 7,500 to 15,150 square feet, which provide small to mid-size tenants the security and prestige of full floor occupancy. Additionally, high ceilings and excellent window lines provide exceptional light and air, while wonderful New York harbor views are available from the mid to upper floors of the building.

Designed by Sloan & Robertson Architecture and built in 1935, the building’s façade is limestone, concrete and masonry with a black granite base. The Property’s classic 1930’s art deco design complements the 1920’s architectural style of Wall Street’s landmark buildings. The exterior walls feature beautiful art deco designs highlighting the setbacks, cornices and parapets, and double-hung anodized aluminum framed operable windows.

80 Broad Street has been renovated within the past 5 years with an approximately $12 million capital improvement program which repositioned the building as a luxury boutique office building. Some of the major improvements include: (i) installation of new lobby, entranceway, and retail storefronts, (ii) complete replacement and automation of all elevator cabs and systems, (iii) improvement of the common areas, (iv) installation of all new and upgraded HVAC and electrical systems,(v) build-out of tenant spaces, and (vi) development of a new freight entrance and mail center, (vii) installation of new fire/1ife safety systems, (viii) complete inspection and repair of façade and setback roofs.

After purchasing the building in June 2004, SwigEquities maintained 80 Broad Street to the highest standards, upgrading and refurbishing the Property through a multi-million capital improvement program which fully repositioned the Property as a luxury boutique office building. The centerpiece of the program is a spectacular new lobby designed by the architectural firm Moed de Armas & Shannon. The dramatic lobby renovation and restoration preserved and enhanced the building’s elegant and historic Art Deco detailing, highlighted by a new two-story glass entrance way and a fully-restored ceiling mural painted in 1931 by the well-known muralist Lillian Gaertner Palmedo. The mural depicts a nautical theme that was appropriate for the building’s original tenant, the Maritime Exchange.

48 WALL STREET

48 Wall Street, formerly the Bank of New York Building, was completely renovated by SwigEquities in a $60 million improvement program which transformed the property into a modern first class office building offering the latest in technology and luxury services. The building, which contains 324,000 rentable square feet and rises to 34 stories, is a National Register Landmark office building that transformed the Wall Street area of New York City during the 1920s as banks and other businesses erected impressive tall buildings for their own use and for rental. 48 Wall Street, which is located in the heart of Lower Manhattan’s FiDi (Financial District), typifies the conservative nature of much bank design during the 1920s, using American Colonial motifs that hark back to the early history of the Bank of New York.
The building is also significant in the history of economics in America as the headquarters of 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. Since its founding, the bank has been one of the most prominent financial institutions in the city. The bank erected a headquarters building on the northeast 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 skyscraper erected in 1927-29 was designed by Benjamin Wistar Morris, one of New York’s most prominent architects of the 1920s. The design reflects Morris’s interest in traditional architectural design. It has 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. It 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, and several other notable interior spaces.

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Part 7th5,803 SF$43.00 + elec.Immediate"Tech" Pre-built"As Is"Fact Sheet - 48 Wall - P 7th fl.
Part 4th6,067 SF$45.00 + elec.ImmediateOffice IntensiveNegotiableFact Sheet - 48 Wall - 4th Fl

44 WALL STREET

44 Wall Street is an architecturally significant, 24 story multi-tenant office building occupying the high profile northwest corner of Wall and William Streets in the heart of Downtown Manhattan’s Financial District (FiDi) neighborhood. The property contains approximately 345,000 rentable square feet including 8,200 square feet of street level retail. Its prominent location on Wall Street has enabled the property to maintain consistently high occupancy levels.

Designed by Towbridge & Livingstone architects and built in 1927 for The Bank of America, this landmark quality building offers a prestigious corporate environment. The building’s classic style complements the surrounding Wall Street 1920’s architecture. High ceiling heights and excellent window lines provide exceptional light and air, enhancing the appeal to tenants. The property enjoys direct access to several subway lines and is a short walk from the Downtown waterfront.
After purchasing the building in 2004, Swig Equities implemented a major capital improvement program, transforming 44 Wall Street into a luxury boutique office building offering first class tenant services, amenities and security. Renovations to the building include a redesigned and expanded 28 foot high building lobby designed by the architectural firm Moed de Armas & Shannon; the installation of a new two-story storefront entrance; new elevator cabs; new core bathrooms and common areas for multi-tenant floors; and the installation of state of the art security and fire/life safety systems.

Companies in the immediate area include money center banks, foriegn banks, the major stock exchanges, Wall Street law firms, securities/financial firms and insurance companies. The Property is one block from the New York Stock Exchange (the world’s largest equities marketplace); next door to 40 Wall Street, the 1.3 million square foot Trump building; across the street from 48 Wall Street, a fully renovated 324,000 square foot office building also owned and managed by Swig Equities.

5 HANOVER SQUARE

5 Hanover Square is a 25 floor office building located on the northern side of Hanover Square between Pearl and Beaver Streets in Manhattan’s Financial District (FiDi) neighborhood. The Property contains approximately 330,000 rentable square feet including approximately 7,500 square feet of retail on the ground floor. The building, located four blocks from the New York Stock Exchange, was completed in 1962.

Under Swig Equities ownership, 5 Hanover Square was completely redeveloped with an approximately $28 million capital improvement program which has repositioned the property as a luxury boutique office building offering first class tenant services, amenities and security. Elements of the redevelopment include: (i) new building entrance, lobby and storefronts, (ii) complete replacement and upgrading of the elevator system and new cabs paneled with Japanese Temo wood, (iii) improvement of the common areas, (iv) entirely new and reconfigured HVAC system and entirely new and upgraded electrical system; (v) build out of tenant spaces, and new core bathrooms and public areas, (vi) installation of completely new fire/life safety systems; (vii) the entire two-story façade front was replaced with a modern clean lined glass façade allowing a warm “glow” of light to emanate from the newly created lobby entrance which was relocated to the center of the building.

Additionally, a program to redevelop the Hanover Square Park in front of the building has been completed by the British Memorial Garden Trust which has resulted in the redesign and redevelopment of the park as the British Memorial Garden at Hanover Square. The work includes upgraded sidewalks, new landscaping, stonework and the installation of a rotating art sculpture program.