Built by Jack Resnick & Sons in 1987 and designed by Emery Roth & Sons, this 14-story office tower spans the full block bound by Greenwich Street, Park Place, Murray Street and West Broadway. It is strategically positioned in the center of the thriving New Downtown and is adjacent to the World Trade Center site, 9/11 National Memorial and Tribeca. It is surrounded by a myriad of upscale restaurants, shops, entertainment venues and acclaimed new residential developments. 255 Greenwich Street (fomerly known as 75 Park Place) abounds in all the amenities and transportation options that make lower Manhattan the world’s most vibrant business district.
The property features highly-efficient, side-core floor plates with 30’ x 40’ column bays, ceiling heights that approach13 feet, and an abundance of electrical and cooling capacity. The striking granite and marble lobby features an original Charles Hinman wall sculpture, and is accessible at all times to a prominent tenant roster that includes R.R. Donnelly & Sons, Tradition Government Securities, Thomson Reuters, The City of New York and The City University of New York.
ZEPHYR. CHARLES HINMAN, 1986.