Updating a Lower Manhattan Landmark: Restaurant and Apparel Included

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1CO3000A0806Completed in 1923, 195 Broadway served as the headquarters for American Telephone and Telegraph and Western Union, and it currently boasts Thomson Reuters as a major tenant. Acquired by L&L Holdings in 2005, the Financial District property has been repositioned to capitalize on retail opportunities on the ground floor.

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Marketed by Cushman & Wakefield, the majestic space will be divided for up to three tenants, including a restaurant, with whom brokers are now in discussions with to open an upscale eatery with access to a 30th floor rooftop deck. Located across from the Fulton Street transit hub, 195 Broadway’s retail space is ideally suited for apparel and jewelry retailers. Alan Schmerzler, executive director at C&W, spoke with The Commercial Observer last week about the building’s unique challenges and potential opportunities.

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