Office Renovation, Leasing Underway At 32-Story Verizon Building, 375 Pearl Street, Civic Center

375 Pearl Street375 Pearl Street, rendering via Sabey

Sabey Data Center Properties is in the middle of renovating the former Verizon Building, a 32-story, 1.1-million square-foot building at 375 Pearl Street, in Lower Manhattan’s Civic Center. The building was designed by Rose, Beaton & Rose and completed in 1976. Up to 15 floors, or 500,000 square feet, are being converted into office space, dubbed Intergate.Manhattan, and the remaining area will be exclusively data center space. Three sides of the building on the new office levels will receive a glass façade. According to The Real Deal, the city’s Department of Finance is planning to lease 175,000 square feet of space located on the 26th through 30th floors. Other smaller leases have been signed over the past two years, and the renovation is expected to be complete by the end of this year.

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2 Comments on "Office Renovation, Leasing Underway At 32-Story Verizon Building, 375 Pearl Street, Civic Center"

  1. One of, if not the worst eyesore on the skyline. This renovation does little to help

  2. Hey lets not replace too much of this ugly facade…

    This is a shame. If this is the extent of renovations going into this building, then it looks like we will be stuck with this eyesore for quite a bit longer.

    I can’t believe the didn’t go for a comprehensive reclad.

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