33-Story, 521-Unit Mixed-Use Conversion Filed for 20 Broad Street Office Tower, Financial District

20 Broad StreetPresent-day 20 Broad Street, image via the WSJ

In December of 2015, Nathan Berman’s MetroLoft Management purchased the leasehold on the 27-story, 473,000-square-foot office building at 20 Broad Street for $185 million from Vornado Realty Trust, with plans to convert the property into residential units. Now, the developer has filed applications for the project, which call for vertically expanding the building by six stories, or 38,098 square feet, to 33 floors. That would boost the structure’s height from 317 feet to 417 feet. There will be 521 residential units, measuring an average of 795 square feet apiece. The apartments will be rentals, and roughly 200 will be studios, with the rest ranging from one- to three-bedroom configurations, according to The Real Deal.

In addition, 90,000 square feet of retail space will spread across three below-grade levels, the ground level, and the second floor. Amenities include bike storage, a fitness center, a pool, a laundry, a roof terrace, and multiple residential lounges. CetraRuddy will be designing. The New York Stock Exchange is expected to vacate the building in August, and construction is expected to commence by December. Occupancy is scheduled for late 2017.

20 Broad Street

Present-day 20 Broad Street, image via Crain’s

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2 Comments on "33-Story, 521-Unit Mixed-Use Conversion Filed for 20 Broad Street Office Tower, Financial District"

  1. Hello YIMBY…I looking up to the top of tower, big and large also tall plus powerful buildings.

  2. I would think this would be an ideal living situation for financial district workers (high salaried, of course), especially with the NYSE right next door.

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