This week SL Green Realty Corp and Douglas Elliman launched leasing at 7 Dey Street, a 34-story mixed-use building in Manhattan’s Financial District. In addition to 209 rentals, the building will also contain a mix of commercial retail and office suites with frontage along both Dey Street and Broadway.
Designed by FXCollaborative, the building comprises a total of 260,000 square feet. The retail component will account for 17,000 square feet spanning the basement, ground and second floors. Column-free retail space on the ground floor faces Broadway and boasts an impressive 22-foot ceiling span.
At 217,000 square feet, the residential component accounts for a majority of leasable area. Available residences include studios and one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. Office space is positioned on floors three through five for a total of 26,000 square feet.
“We were proud to keep this building on schedule through the pandemic and are excited to bring 7 Dey to market as demand for prime Manhattan residential properties is surging,” said Brett Herschenfeld, managing director at SL Green. “Centrally located in one of New York’s leading transportation and economic hubs, 7 Dey brings world-class architecture and much-needed housing to Lower Manhattan.”
Available amenities include a co-working space, a state-of-the-art fitness center with programming and layout design by The Wright Fit, a club lounge, a board room, and several outdoor spaces including a multi-level terrace and loggia space.
INC Architecture & Design curated all of the building’s interior spaces.
Market-rate homes are now available from $3,500 on the low end and up to $9,500 for a two-bedroom. The most premium three-bedroom units are available for around $15,000 per month. The building will also offer 63 affordable housing units reserved for residents or households at 70 to 130 percent Area Median Income, which translates to roughly $46,000 to $166,000 in annual wages.
“Downtown is one of New York’s most sought after residential locations, and 7 Dey provides modern, sophisticated residences that are in high demand and short supply,” said Matthew Villetto, executive vice president of Douglas Elliman Development Marketing. “Combining first in class design and robust lifestyle and amenity offering in a boutique setting, 7 Dey is a standout address built for the way we live today.”