HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE, TRANSFORMATIVE IDEAS

Situated at the southern tip of Manhattan 17 Battery Place South boasts unobstructed views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Equipped to satisfy the most demanding tenants, the units feature flexible floorplans with an abundance of natural light, high ceilings, superior electrical capacity and high-speed telecommunications capability. Served by several subway lines, PATH trains and ferries, this convenient location also offers numerous dining, shopping and hospitality options.

TYPE

Commercial


YEAR COMPLETED

1903


ARCHITECT

Henry Hardenbergh


LOCATION

Downtown, NY


BUILDING HIGHLIGHTS

  • Views of Hudson River, Battery Park & Statue of Liberty
  • Plenty of windows and natural light
  • Designated Landmark Building
  • Front desk security and video surveillance
  • WiredScore Certified Platinum

Landmark NYC Office Space

A landmark office building located at the southern tip of Manhattan, 17 Battery Park South is an ideal combination of history and modernism. A variety of expansive office spaces with views of the Hudson River and Statue of Liberty make it appealing to for diverse businesses big and small.

Downtown Manhattan

Considered to be the first neighborhood in Manhattan, Battery Park offers the perfect blend of historic architecture and modern amenities in New York, all cradled by the lush and expansive Battery Park.

Historically known for big business, Downtown Manhattan has undergone a resurgence in recent years that has evolved into a highly desirable neighborhood with wide range of eateries, shops, and community happenings. A dynamic mix of commercial and residential buildings, Battery Park contains a central transportation hub with several subway lines, PATH, and ferries within walking distance taking you any way you want to go.